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Monday, February 24

So Blogger was purchased by Google. Have a party people.

On another note, I'd just like to point out that BBCi is available via WAP and PDA now. Good stuff. Click for details.

Bye bye for now...



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Wednesday, February 12

Woohoo.

Which OS are You?
Which OS are You?


I'm likin that question "Which OS would you like to end up as?" and the answer "If I end up as Windows ME someone's gonna be hurting" =D ... Ah well, back to borin' IT lesson. =/



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Thursday, February 6

No. No. NO. NOOO. NOOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOOO!

Could this be the End Of The Internet? Hmm. I don't really care, we in the UK with our RIPE servers know just how to handle domain names just fine. Bunch of wankers over at VeriSign. =D

Hindsight Warning to anyone under 18: I just swore. Forget you read that. Or, click here to exit your brain. In the mean time, here's a sign you can hang from it:


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Dragged out of Christopher's memory and pasted
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Tuesday, February 4

Now this is quite random. How about shredding over 90,000 items of paper to clear your office backlog?

Yeah, sure, that might work, but these guys did it while they were working at the INS in America.


HAHAHAH buuuuuusteeeeeeeed :D



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Ooh dear. Oooooooooooooooooooh dear me. Deary me. Indeed.

Michael Jackson's face through the ages... Here. I of course, missed the ITV documentary. About the only person in the country that didn't see it. Oh well.

My thoughts also go out to the people who lost their lives in the Columbia Shuttle accident... But we can't let this stop progress; the Space Shuttle Programme must continue. I also eagerly await the results of the X Prize contestants' projects - Discovery Wings was kind enough to show several programmes detailing first the X Prize in general, then our own competitor - who looks poised to take the lead in the competition and become the first man to launch humans into a sub-orbital flight and return them safely using a (relatively) cheap, re-useable design. More info on the Starchaser Project, setup and now being run by the English competitor Steve Bennett, can be found at their web site: starchaser.co.uk.

General info on X Prize:
Discover Magazine Online


http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2003/02/01/100/STS-107-crew.jpg



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Saturday, February 1

Ooooh dear. Sad day for the world. Again.
Only news these days seems to be bad news... :/

You can watch live coverage on BBC News - click here.



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Some links!

Gotta get
some of those.