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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, June 19, 2004

Category: trivier

A flash enabled intro to the Pearl & Dean Cinema advertisments from time gone by - I like said to have been sampled I think by Moloko via View From
Stu makes a note on several dates funny ones and sad ones and an old makker number "I wanna hold your grand"..

Category: Digital Photography

Gizmodo points to the photoblog for the S5000 zoom once uncommally known as a bridge camera, not quite compact but certainly not a fully fledged SLR type.
I used this image of a UK public mailbox to illustrate the micro capabilities of this 6 megapixel tool

Category: News Media

Copydesk shows what can be done at the BBC site for euro2004

Thursday, June 17, 2004

Category: Comments with Photoshop

Joi Ito points to the lack of server comments with images when visiting Scandanavia recently showed this but it takes say three minutes download for this big page with broadband speed..

Category: British Racing

Artist impression of the Ascot Venue

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Category: Hosting

And archiving suddenly this weekend took a toll on thousands of weblogs - the story via Michelle Delio at Wired News from Jack online says "Numerous bloggers hosted by Weblogs.com are offline and scrambling to find new hosting after blogging pioneer Dave Winer abruptly closed the free service last weekend," reports Netcraft richm says Winer, a driving force in the emergence of blogging and RSS, started the service as a founder of Userland software, but left the company several years ago. When the blogs needed to be moved off Userland's servers, Winer said he tried to transfer them to a server he owned, which was unable to handle the load. Winer said cost issues and personal health concerns limited his ability to resolve the difficulties, so he decided to close the service.
Doc Searls writes the passive respond-avous siv vous play just here

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Category: Washing Instruction

Posted by George Kysor not your military group wear but a little euro known utterance if stu has seen a lose in translation we might see a blog calender of disinterest when it comes to youngstars learning new forms of texting???

Category: Mobil Properties

Dan Gillmor blogs about a suit filed by a consumer group against mobile phone carriers which "lock" phones. It looks to me like a chinese ceiling like the mp3 and mpeg4 but you have to be able to see something from a new perspective..

from Joi Ito looking for a turnpike

Category: Rock Artists

From the Gawker Johnny Ramone, guitarist of -- strangely enough -- The Ramones, is rumored to be in the hospital. Nothing like confirmation yet, but we wouldn't be surprised -- not a very hardy bunch, those Ramones. Both Joey and DeeDee Ramone, heroes of the Lower East Side, died in the last couple years. I guess all those years of clean living really take their toll.

via the coolfer

Monday, June 14, 2004

Category: Slate Sences

Here's a site that through most of the questions that you might ask about slate tablets from whatisnew via Julie at don't Be Iffy like how to draw like what Rory Blyth does..