Monthly Archives: April 2006

No offending

How likely to cause offence does something have to be?

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Leyton Orient 2-1 Peterborough

Leyton Orient kept hopes of promotion alive yesterday with a win against Peterborough and, with a favourable draw for Grimsby at Macclesfield, a step back up into third place in league two with one match to go. If Orient win … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

As was helpfully posted as a comment on this blog already, this weeks Fantasy Football password is LADDER.

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The biggest web design mistakes in 2004

This article is quite old but still interesting enough, and quite well written: Whenever there’s a site that makes you wonder whether Jesus died in vain, the odds are it was created by Microsoft’s (Af)FrontPage. The biggest web design mistakes … Continue reading

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Brain games aim to boost your IQ

Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training is a game from Japan that’s meant to give your brain a workout. Interesting quote from the BBC: “Unlike Nintendo’s fictional creations, such as Donkey Kong or Mario, Dr Kawashima really is a leading Japanese brain … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Daily Telegraph Fantasy Football password for the week starting Wednesday 19th April is CRYSTAL.

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Alternative to captcha – kitten auth

Instead of those sites where you enter some garbled text to prove you’re not a spambot, you click on pictures of kittens instead. Kitten auth

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