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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, December 25, 2004

Category : Space

The ISS [international space station] can be viewed from London at those local setting WITH THE NAKED EYE unless we have um-cloud

NOW till Wed 29th Dec : see link for other times

via Xeni [bOING bOING]

Friday, December 24, 2004

Category : Photo [hardware]

An Olympus camera with-OUTTEN the cloth - I love the tags to death, will someone let me use these tools...

Category : Buildings

How to build a super-duper-trouper Garage 39398 bytes
Julie ups the anti includes extras : Insulated, heated, air conditioned, a lift, wide-screen t.v., video games, 500 Sq ft of storage space, sealed floors, 3 bays, lots of organized shelving. Oy vey! Can't even begin to imagine the cost.

Monday, December 20, 2004

Category : refreshments

Matthew Purdy posted a comment at endgadget on a posting about canned coffee which is self heating don't ask me about milk and sugar but the thought that chilled beer is coming to the market will be a big hit - I think

Category : Lists

1000 things to learn for 13 year olds - about 50 tools an old post about what we think of tools we use and a toilet near the Tate in London based on a mirror box

Sunday, December 19, 2004

Category : Science

In 1955 I sort of dated my first date with a ring in the most packaging you would ever imagine, [that's a lot] nothing really mind blowing there really and Einstein had died --twenty two years before--and no one had heard squat about it since his brain that is and Steven Levy of Newsweek says he was asked to sort of find it Forgive me, but it was almost a religious experience and is said to read blogs via scobleizer.
update from the London Telegraph the Einstein centenary refers to that little paper: Einstein's greatest paper, "special relativity", was received on June 30. In essence, his aim was to reconcile Newton's laws of motion with the theory of electromagnetism produced by the Scotsman James Clerk Maxwell in the 1870s.