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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, January 08, 2005

Category : scamming

Put this item in folder at some point and forgot all about it.. Sandra Dick writes: for edinburgh news [4th April 2003] A CERTAIN HG Wells came up with the idea first: invent a fancy machine, step inside, press a few buttons and before you ask what the time is, you’re drinking tea with the ancestors.
Science fiction? Fantasy? Unbelievable? Perhaps . . .
The story goes that the FBI arrested Andrew Carlssin, suspicious after he turned $800 into $350 million in a few months on the stock exchange.
He then confessed to being a time traveller. Initial inquiries showed that there were no records of him before December 2002, and officials were quoted on the depth of the mystery.
I don't think I've seen an outcome maybe it melted away..

Category : Gadgets

Gizmodo are doing the CES coverage but have a post for SanDisk Flip Up SD Card with USB I blunder like my Browser software for the Ixusv camera was got at so's it wont manage movies well enough but as economics go it would probably be helpful if a version of this SD Card was made with a Compact Flash format enabling by-passing of the card reader.
updating Delkin Device SD-Xtra Memory Card Launched *ph'blog via *endgadget
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Category : Gadgets

Laser pointers are designed to illuminate inanimate objects. Never shine a laser pointer toward any person, aircraft, or other vehicle.
#Never look directly into the beam of a laser pointer of any type.
#Do not allow children to use a pointer unsupervised. Laser pointers are not toys.
If your telescope is equipped with a laser pointer that has a "constant-on" setting, do not leave the instrument unattended with the laser switched on.
#Do not aim a laser pointer toward mirrors or other shiny surfaces. The reflected beam may inadvertently strike someone in the eye.
#Do not aim a laser pointer skyward if you hear or see an aircraft of any kind flying overhead.
#Be aware of irresponsible uses of pointers so that the psychological effect will be minimized if you happen to be illuminated by one.
#Do not purchase a laser pointer if it does not have a "caution" or "danger" sticker on it identifying its class. Report suspicious devices to the authorities

via Sky & Telescope the magazine for astronomers with largish optics that show other people the night skies that do not have a scaled 'camera obscurer' object map. by Richard Tresch Fienberg via bOING bOING..quite a few years ago Kodak offered me a very small laser pointer for using with slide shows, I was taken a-back as I was so busy trying to categorize subject matter seemed a trival matter, this makes it post modern cache me.

Category : Internet

Gizmodo gets a call from Bill Gates - like that's what he\wants..that shifting mass

Thursday, January 06, 2005

Category : Mobil

Sally Geeson is on the UK police missing persons - she sent her friends text messages which did not get received straight away because The Sun says The text messages were sent at 1.40am and 1.42am, but they were only received much later because of a huge log-jam of New Year texts.

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Category : Internet

I just got Firefox : I'm hoping that this will help me! When I started to use Mozilla the next time I tryed to open it it never happened..so crossed fingers?

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Category : Sci Fi

Bruce Sterling the writer and author has given an interview at the WELL via Cory Doctorow [bOING bOING]

Monday, January 03, 2005

Category : Environment

To follow this posting on a general source of power, Jasper Gerard meet Micheal Crichton well known for the writer of the book 'The Andromeda Strain' now has a huge novel if you can call it that? State of Fear where the environmentalists create the 'wave' Global warming? Now that really is fiction
A giant wave envelops a tropical island. Victims scramble for survival. The world watches in horror. Michael Crichton has a knack for novels that are of the moment, but never has his fiction collided so savagely and swiftly with reality.
You have read my recent post regarding Dennis Wheatleys 'Sixty Days to Live'., to see my point of view.

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Category : Photo of The Year 2004

Which I posted here back Jan 2004 1 Gigerpixel image
Bryce Point in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah..
and mine was a scanned medium format 6 x 4.5cm self portrait [I'll have to photoshop the light stand] photobox shared album

Category : Mobil

Twenty Years

Category : Web Awards

2005.bloggies nominate