Monthly Archives: February 2007

BLUE SKY IN GAMES

BLUE SKY IN GAMES CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

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The Triptych

The latest in “The Trip” mix cd series… 90 tracks on 3 cds mixed by the geezer out of Lemon Jelly:

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Are you desperate for a wii?

Then look here: WII-Consoles.co.uk realtime stock checker

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How To Shower – Men & Women Video

How To Shower – Men & Women Video

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Save the BBC from Windows DRM!

Save the BBC from Windows DRM! – Update | Linux Journal Now I strongly doubt 25% of the BBC on-demand audience use Linux/Mac but the article makes some good points. Non-Windows users will become second class citizens for at least … Continue reading

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minor emacs wizardry

Just noticed this emacs blog. Now as any fool knows, emacs is the one true editor, vi being better suited for editing passwd files or similar, and should never be allowed near code (my colleague Hampus strongly agrees on this … Continue reading

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Akismet – more blog spam prevention

Akismet is a service that offers a distributed blog spam stopping service that works with wordpress. You can register for a free key on their site. Incidentally you can get free WordPress accounts on WordPress.com if you don’t have your … Continue reading

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Kelis – Bossy (Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Remix)

Kelis – Bossy (Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Remix – excellent track available on the superb Modular Leave Them All Behind 2 album.

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Sailing takes me away… doo doo doo doo

Just listening to the classic Sailing by Christopher Cross, I thought I’d be Web2.0 and tag it on last.fm. I concur with the previous tagger who gave it the tag “The Shit”.

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PlayStation 3 in Europe will play fewer old games

“Sony is managing expectations by saying now that the new console will play fewer of the old games, and that’s a good thing,” said analyst Alex Kwiatowski at British market research group Vertical Market Technologies. Err… no it’s not… what … Continue reading

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