Archive: February 2004

“I hug you” “But I can’t even see you!” “That is correct. I’m hugging you by not hugging you.” “Is this some kind of Zen?” “Strawberries.” “What kind of answer is that?” “A valid one.” “How so?” “I am forcing…

Okay, It’s a meme, for which I apologise. The instructions are as follows: Put all mp3s you own on a playlist. Randomise Display the first thirty. Since MusicDB generates 128mb of random MP3s for me (for my MP3 player. Must.…

Bill Hicks on Hooligans (3.36mb MP3 file. Warning, Contains Language) Bill Hicks died 10 years ago today.

gilmae alerted me to the fact that someone is creating an RSS 2 extension called Event Share Framework or ESF. This could be interesting. I’ve just sent them this email: I’ve just discovered your site, You should probably be aware…

I like this game. The original Prince of Persia was one of the best animated games of it’s time. Famously Jordan Mechner videoed his brother running, jumping and waving a sword and then traced over those images to get the…

Saturday was an AFP meet. This was fun. There was good curry. Sunday I had an Ostridge Burger, Played Puerto Rico & Chrononauts against people. Then I went home, involving being picked up from Maidstone because South Eastern Trains had…

Yesterday, I sucessfully used the word “gaffertapiverse” My life is now complete. I’m going to Cambridge.

Troubleshooter: PDC! PDC: Yes, Citizen user? Troubleshooter: Please add citizen Rachel-R-BLT-2 to my address book. PDC: Accessing. I’m sorry, citizen user. There is no such citizen. Troubleshooter: But I left her in cubicle ZXY-12 in BLT sector just ten minutes…

Today I learnt that I don’t hate Java, I hate what Java used to be. I learnt that sitting though three hours of lectures recognising one acronym in three is not a phemomenon unique to university. I learnt that SAP…

What do you call a man in sandals? Phillip Flop. Today, I’ve been taught how wonderful Java is, how it runs perfectly on Solaris, and how it should backend onto Oracle. You see, whilst all the interesting people get to…