Archive: May 2004

After a number of false starts I have now succeeded in seeing Spirited Away. It’s absolutely gorgeous. It’s wonderful, fantastic, bizarre, complete and generally great. And it has the cutest blobs of soot you’ll ever see. Highly recommended.

Interestingly, David Coulthard’s website is keeping a race diary blogish type thing, with their point of view on the races so far.

The premise is quite simple. We take Suvivor, Big Brother, Shattered, Matchmaker, ‘I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here’ and we put them on one after the other spread across ITV, Channel 4 and Channel Five. Every couple of

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This is the code for the bookmarklet that adds things to the “That which is also” section on the front page, People may find it useful (I know I will when I get back to work)

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Martin Mull, Dualing Tubas Because it’s my mission in life to cause you pain. (Thanks to St Lemur for the file)

Yes, another minor redesign to deal with all the whining about the last one 🙂 Me and Aquarius still don’t agree on Project Looking Glass (This follows on from a minor discussion we had in LugRadio 6 and at various

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I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign my website. I will not redesign

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A recipish Madness You will require: Bowls. Time. Effort. An Oven. A nine inch cake tin. Preferably one with a loose bottom. (heh heh) Greaseproof paper. Not tinfoil. All your base: Bikkits. Cinnamon Nutmeg Butter Brown sugar. The creamy goodness:

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Epic. Terribly, Terribly epic. Contains epicosity. Epicality. Epicness. Arse-numbing, “Woo cool” inducing, “I never need to read the poem” thanks-giving, Epic. Also, it contains a moment which totally needs giant kittens bouncing down the hill. Troy in fifteen minutes is

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Today has been stressful. This evening a thing that I do has fallen from the ranks of “Fun” to “Why do I do this” to “Take my ball and go home” in a matter of about seven minutes, because of

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