Archive: March 2012

The Source, a photo by Aquarion on Flickr. It’s okay guys, I’ve found the source! We can cut it off at the root!

Game‘s gone into administration. PwC, who are leading the process, have blamed this on: “[…] a very ambitious overseas expansion into seven territories in addition to the UK. On top of that the UK store portfolio is very extensive. Before

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Now, last week, was bright. Now, this week, its dark again. I preferred last week.   Why Daylight Savings? If we save enough daylight We get a plush sun?

So it turns out that when I imported “All” the content from K3 to Epistula, and from there to WordPress, over the last ten years, some stuff didn’t actually make it though. Specifically, it appears that the content of the

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After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print. Those coolly authoritative, gold-lettered reference books that were once sold door-to-door by a fleet of traveling salesmen and displayed as proud fixtures in American homes will be discontinued, company

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Of all the tales told on these islands, few are as strange as that of William Palmer. Cursed, apparently, on the road to Canterbury in the spring of 1185 for denying the presence of the other world by the king

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And this is why we shouldn’t allow our girlfriend to borrow our iPhone to have something to listen to while she does the washing up. 🙁

One of the reasons I like Steam is because it works. The prices are good, the software’s fairly reliable, I’ve never really had the massive issues others have with Offline Mode (That is not that it is necessary, but that

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Having sped past AqCom’s 13th birthday with the lack of updates your RSS reader has come to expect from this once proud site, I’ve done something I was going to do for that, but entirely failed to. With the use

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Sometime back in the mists of 2005, while I was working at Evolving Media in Bedford, we hired a dedicated sysadmin to solve the increasing problem of the development staff spending more time keeping servers up and secure than developing

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