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Middle Ages [it's all mine now?]

I was bought up in a small township in Eltham (Leslie Townsend Hope's also) in South London, now live in The-Garden-of-Kent aerial during the fifties Elvis was beginning to make a noise and ....in contempt of court

Saturday, April 03, 2004

A 3D tube map of The London Underground which of is one of the first railways that was built in London Clay and was one of the first methods of rail transport in the UK
via commuterland who want your sound advice 'MRM' who has a good level of the verbose..

Alistair Cook was presenting the Radio 4 Letter from America all my life he was laid back best known to ramble all the inuendoes with the best possible taste..from here and the strictley it's a coffee cup and saucer with a silver spoon the sugar and milk a bit of a conundrum...
has passed away earlier this week...

..as an anecdote how would he have reported this a march for web standards via wholelottanothing

The Grand National Horse Race course and sponsors page
..and the BBC Sports Day Page..

The going has been good but with rain forecast it may go the way of blustery may effect crowds numbers

update : Trainer Ginger McCain admits visiting Red Rum's grave after his horse Amberleigh House won the Grand National

Click Conference talks about what be 'the supposed' news medium in technology today..

real or wmp required

Friday, April 02, 2004

Four wireless technologies move toward starting gate

I got Broadband cable with Telewest but I need to go 'wireless' to improve my health, basically to free-up choice so this is good news - The most mature of the technologies is WiMax, a long-range service being developed by 70 companies worldwide, including AT&T, Covad and Intel. Unlike current Wi-Fi hot spots, which have a reach of about 300 feet, WiMax stations will be able to send and receive signals up to 30 miles away. This makes them ideal for the "last-mile" problem that plagues many neighborhoods that are too remote to receive Internet access via cable or DSL.

I need to put all this away so's I can do 'consentration' and not be hedge hogged blinded by the latest marketing stooling..

via onlineblog

Thursday, April 01, 2004

On the eve of Dave Winer's 'seven year inch' doing publishing he's getting like regular Russian RSS feeds..
Made by Scobleizer who suggests the reader watch this a magic folder in Outlook that posts anything that's placed in it..

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Mark's trying to got here but he could do better here or even AOL but the curse of newbies is the lack of general knowledge just general syntax God what does this that mean anyway.....

Amazing News from Julie Lerman over in Vermont..
got a foot in the doeoor..

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

unoffical Thames Valley Police do lots of stuff just like yourself via the london mirror newspaper blog

carphonewarehouse are promoting Talk Talk free calls between similar users between land and mobil phones and as I noticed a Treo 600 in their shop in Tottenham Court Road shop today I got my hands on it 'smaller than I thought'..

Category Muzik

This Mortal Coil marked the end of my purchaseing of wax as we know it which about the time "Song To The Siren" circa 1983 which was the pinicile of my listening habit way back then..

This Mortal Coil
Song To The Siren

On the floating, shipless, oceans
I did all my best to smile
til your singing eyes and fingers
drew me loving into your eyes.
And you sang "Sail to me, sail to me,
Let me enfold you."
Here I am, here I am
waiting to hold you.
Did I dream you dreamed about me?
Were you here when I was full sail?
Now my foolish boat is leaning,
broken lovelorn on your rocks.
For you sang "Touch me not, touch me not,
Come back tomorrow."
Oh my heart, oh my heart shies from the sorrow.
I'm as puzzled as a newborn child.
I'm as riddled as the tide.
Should I stand amid the breakers?
Or shall I lie with death my bride?
Here me sing: "Swim to me, swim to me,
Let me enfold you."
Here I am, Here I am, waiting to hold you."

lyrics courtesy of .ilyric.net

All my tranforms were transfered to cassette from then on as I was a proud owner of the best portable hi fi that was on the market then it had two large detachable reflex speakers which when tested in the car was the loudest thing on the road, then that I knew of.. that was about the time that Barclay James Harvest were burnt to the all new compact disc system which I beleive was the first group here in the UK.

A Japanese Theatre created by Toshimitsu Takagi via absoblogginlutely

Check Your Size multisizer ring qauge easy to use and accurate..
read instructions carefully multisizer works like a belt....
..Just one of the things you collect over time that mount-up.. it could sound like one of those stupid emails we get as spam like this biograph from Reflective Reality earlier last year and the blog roll from Jim Carson
Let alone the link rot that started yesterday for images and has not been isolated yet..
..and then there's the Malware Hijacking Google Homepage and the resource of doxdeck

Monday, March 29, 2004

Fine Old Actor

Sir Peter Ustinov misses when he trys to kick the bucket... what's his real gravestone metaphore - "Can we have our Ball back"..
The global-harmony site and the honary degree for University of Durham and
His Foundation

Rebecca & Danelle
Quite nice pic of the two girls..
..not a balanced light but warmer translation from the photosig 72 hour slot.
Photographer 'Pete' ten Broecke overview

photoshop white balance effect
You can't have this monochromatic effect not without introducing a blue object-dress colour to give a tonal range..

Sunday, March 28, 2004

New Look BBC pages from a blighton weblog via the pepysproject

THE BOAT RACE pages for the Library links and the BBC Sport page..

brief for 6 months time at Monarco via angloINFO

Nasa jet smashes speed record
|Per ardua ad astra|
BBC noted The US space's experimental hypersonic research aircraft, the X-43A, could one day revolutionise long-distance travel. The unpiloted 3.7m-long vehicle uses a scramjet to reach a design speed in excess of Mach 7, more than 8,000 km/h (5,000 mph). Scramjets burn hydrogen but take their oxygen from the air which is forced into the engine at very high speed. "The 10 seconds of data will tell you whether or not the last six years of trying are successful," Sitz said.

After its 10 seconds of firing, the X-43A's engine will shut down, and the craft will perform a set of preprogrammed maneuvers before it crashes into the ocean....
The craft won't be recovered. Other versions will be used for further test flights.
NASA is spending $230 million to build and flight-test three aircraft, including the one that was destroyed
....says Jim Skeen LA Knight Ridder/Tribune
Now It flew for 10 seconds on its own power over California, then glided for six minutes before falling into the ocean. it is reported Nasa jet smashes speed record reported Last Updated: Sunday, 28 March, 2004, 02:04 GMT 03:04 UK "For the first time we succeeded in separating two vehicles flying at Mach 7." and Space.com reference links.. and some NASA library links to the staff Joel Sitz heads the experimental research..
An Economist writer 'Speed Demon' said that another test will go ahead in July which will probably test endurance stats for temperature peaks weather welds will work better than fasteners..
Is it a Bird? Is it a Man! Yes it's a Concorde last flight..