Monthly Archives: July 2005

Adding categories to Blogger blogs

27th September 2005 update I’m trialling a new piece of software called Caterblogger. It will add categories to any Blogger blog. You can register interest in it on the site. The original post follows below: Blogger is really ease to … Continue reading

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My new Sony Ericsson K750i

I’ve just upgraded to the new Sony Ericsson K750i phone and am well pleased with it. It works well as a phone and is much more responsive and easier to use than my old Nokia 6600, but it’s all the … Continue reading

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Publishing with aspx extension from Blogger

I wanted to publish my blog with something other than the .html extension and after some experimentation and hunting around I found this:Blogger Forum – Forum The way to do it is to change the main page extension (from index.html … Continue reading

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Avoid being shot on the tube

This photo was apparently taken at Tower Hill tube station today and gives some good advice about how not to get yourself shot on the tube:

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Tate Modern – Herzog & de Meuron

I went along to the Herzog & de Meuron exhibition at the Tate Modern this Sunday just gone. Although it was kind of interesting in terms of a ‘thought process’ kind of thing, it really didn’t explain much, and there … Continue reading

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Ancient phallus unearthed in cave

Got to love this story about Ancient phallus unearthed in cave on the BBC site. One of the best things about it is the fact that they didn’t know what it was until they found the last piece. ‘…it was … Continue reading

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Review of The National Portrait Gallery Restaurant

I went for lunch at the restaurant in the National Portrait Gallery yesterday. I’d already been once before, towards the end of 2000, and enjoyed it then (not least because someone else was paying) and was looking forward to going … Continue reading

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Alternative take on coping with terrorism

The antidote to the ‘we’re not afraid‘ site: I am fucking terrified. Mostly just a collection of images with amusing captions expressing various degrees of terror. I like the ‘why’ section: Terrorists cause terror. That’s why they’re called terrorists. If … Continue reading

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The war on terror, UNIX style

The War on Terror as run from the UNIX command line. Extreme geekiness.

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Trip to Luxembourg

I’ve just come back from the blues and jazz festival in Luxembourg. A few of us went out for the festival but also to jump out of a plane (with parachutes attached) and now I’ve managed to steal other people’s … Continue reading

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