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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, August 28, 2004

Category: Movies [genre testing: sci fi]

Top ten sci fi films listed by the Guardian on-line via blogdex and Meg's sidebar

1. Blade Runner (1982) Dir: Ridley Scott

2. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Dir: Stanley Kubrick

3. Star Wars (1977)/Empire Strikes Back (1980)

4. Alien (1979) Dir: Ridley Scott

5. Solaris (1972) Dir: Andrei Tarkovsky

6. Terminator (1984)/T2: Judgment day (1991) Dir: James Cameron

7. The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) Dir: Robert Wise

8. War of the Worlds (1953) Dir: Byron Haskin

9. The Matrix (1999) Dir: Andy & Larry Wachowski

10. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Dir: Steven Spielberg

Only exception for me This Island Earth in place of The Earth Stood Still., as it held a greater entrustment

Category: Marriage

Photos to be posted soon for Wedding for Estella to Alan, and wow lois turned up..

Friday, August 27, 2004

Category: La Broadband

100 mega bytes a-second bandwidth seems a dream come true For Rainer Kinnunen, life has been a bit of a blur since he signed up for a super-high-speed Internet service three years ago.
United states lagging
Bredbandsbolaget also offers 100-megabit-per-second service for 595 Swedish crowns (£43.77) a month ("say $100 dollars per month"!) in select neighbourhoods where the telecom wiring is state-of-the-art. More than 1,500 households have signed up for the service, the company said. reports Reuters posted by ZDNetUK
reuters says some, but if the WiFi standard is only 11meg and 50meg if you have personel security blidged that is 25meg soon as you start to mungo like bandits doing hyasters over valleys of the dolls...

Thursday, August 26, 2004

Category: Photography

online points to a story about a photographer that recorded a bridge demolision but lost his expensive pro camera as it was too near the objective

Aerial View

Category: Mobils

Joy's done a post on the cell-phone craze (something that I could do) if all your best friends are willing to sign up to this network they will let your friends know if they are within ten blocks from you, and visa versa which is no bad thing but (I saw a car number plate yesterday with MR O S BUT) it's all the same with these big business things AOL in particular don't have a clue how to do this and I have yet to see Google improve their share price

Category: Car-azy..

page3com girl Michelle's new scarf

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Category: Mobil

The style council is in town and this has it

Category: Hollywood

A fascinating story of old Hollywood before the 'talkies' here about Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
who was renowned for hysterical gymnastics to warn the crowd who must have been quite literate his story told here

Adela Rogers St. Johns remembered the early days in Hollywood like this: "Everybody loved everybody. There were love affairs going on, and everybody had an excitement about the whole thing that I've never seen since. None of us knew even vaguely what we were doing. None of us knew what this picture business had come to; the greatest form of art and entertainment the world has ever known was put together there for awhile. It didn't last long but it was great, and here we were, right in the middle of the goldfish bowl, with everybody beginning to look at us."

Category: Web Tools

Jeremy has a healthy opinion for the friendly link but when phat hat one auto registered him via an email he will take offence to the object level what are these hoodlems with tools

Monday, August 23, 2004

Category: Broadband UK only (I think)

Just found this, it's a broadband provider not a server that gaurantees lower prices and pays you for it. My sister got on the bandwagon and has been trying to convert me, she also gave me the video, remember Paul Daniels 'The Madedition'?

Category: Condo Bongo

LIVE from New York's west side the costs are-a-soring like you'd never imagine from Gawker/chalker
update Britany's sells her pad

Sunday, August 22, 2004

Category: My Image Bank

Yesterday I was busily uploading images to photobox (outliving it's usefulness) and stupidly deleted the original file before confirming their new location so there, gone for a burton and are never to be found

Category: Dreams

Analyse thi... oh, no, maybe don't
Sue Charman has had a dream about yes? a frog, in the ear - well in the ear of her dream, which not only survived the waking conscience, but was said to continue - vividly in continued sleep..
All I could say was she had some expressive analysis of blue tooth headsets and maybe the fanatical side of marketing creation and the never ever unending clash with the fantasy worlds, like I could make millions if I came up with a design that could revolution the development processes - in my dreams, going back again maybe she knows a frenchman or two or not more here