Archive: December 2007

Bilawal Lawalib, the Oxford alias of the new political leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, has a facebook profile. On the day his mother was assassinated, he updated it. To his favourite quotes, he added one from Laurel Thatcher Ulrich: Well behaved

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Another family christmas comes and wanders off into the sunset. I’m heading back to London tomorrow. My parents’ current policy of not buying a “big” present unless we chose one doesn’t fit with my desire to be suprised, and I

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Popular Statistics state that I start too many journal entries with the word “So”. Also, Google’s fairly new charts API suffers from lack of debugging information. The bit where the canvas area has to be less than 300,000 pixels keeps

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Stripped back, back to blues, purples and (for reasons best known to the bits of my brain that aren’t talking to me) orangey-salmon-pink. Epistula’s implementation – finally – of a views system means I can have different templates for the

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I have had it with Windows Mobile Devices. My main phone has been a HTC Wizard, sold by O2 as the XDA Mini. I bought it because it has a nice screen, a built-in keyboard, and will run PuTTY, which

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If you go to the front page of Aquarionics.com, you will see that my last few twitter updates are included, interspersing the entries between which they came. If you subscribe to “all.rss”, which is what most people do, you’ll never

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Current notable versions, and indeed only versions: * Original * AqCom redesigned to look like Bent Back Tulips

Open source applications. Epistula – the engine that runs this site – has just got its new trac install & SVN repo, as has AqWiki and my other projects. Yay. So I’ve joined them up, and opened the first public

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So, from the people who brought you “God hates fags” comes their Christmas Single. A rewritten version of “We are the world” This is God hates the world, which I got – via Tamara – from Warren Ellis, who said:

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