Monthly Archives: September 2006

Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 27th September is Money.

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Pointless spam

Spam has always seemed mostly pointless to me, but the lengths that the spammers need to go to to get around spam filters just seems bizarre nowadays. I know that ‘Pharmaceutical’ is a difficult word to spell, but if I … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 21st September is Golden.

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A weekend with a Yamaha YZF-R1 – my review

I’ve just spent the weekend with a Yamaha YZF-R1 in my care. I’ve ridden a number of motorbikes now including most often a CBRE 600, but also a Honda Blackbird, a VFR 800 and, some time ago, a distant relative … Continue reading

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Tourist in second Outback rescue

This guy sounds quite dim: after being rescued from the Australian outback after a four day search, he decided to go back to the same place because it seems he’d lost something there, so had to be rescued again. BBC … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 13th September is Fashion.

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Another reason why Abbey business banking is rubbish

Authentication and security: when people have forgotten their password, it’s quite common to ask them an answer something memorable, such as ‘City of birth’. But who on earth requires you to memorise not only the answer to your memorable question, … Continue reading

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Leyton Orient 1-1 Brentford

Leyton Orient played Brentford at home yesterday hoping to pick up some much needed points to pull themselves close to the middle of the table. It was a highly entertaining game and Orient played very well throughout, all bar a … Continue reading

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Advertising at Leyton Orient

My web development company, Exponetic, have an advertising board up at Leyton Orient football ground this season. It all ties in with the Friends of the Orient business networking club which we’re in the process of rebuilding the site for. … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

This week we get an extra chance to make transfers, since there were no Premiership matches last week. And it’s a good job too as my team isn’t very good at the moment so with four transfers last week and … Continue reading

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