Monthly Archives: July 2005

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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More London bombs, ho hum

So, we have more disruption resulting from a (luckily) failed attempt to blow up more parts of the tube. It did seem fairly inevitable that there would be a second attempt, as much as it was inevitable that someone or … Continue reading

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When articificial intelligences collide: Eliza vs Eliza

This conversation set up between two Eliza clients is quite amusing. I didn’t really know about it before, but Eliza appears to be a computer therapist. It doesn’t seem to do a particularly good job of analysing itself. Eliza vs … Continue reading

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Hot day in London

It is so hot today and after having a busy morning the heat has finally driven me insane and I feel just like the picture below:

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William IV pub, Leyton

For anyone in the area who doesn’t already know about it, the William IV pub at the Baker’s Arms in Leyton is one of the best pubs in the area. They have a good selection of real beer such as … Continue reading

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