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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, February 19, 2005

Category : Photo hardware

The hold down latest in method of fitting an article 'in the ground' plus a 'ittle item of passing interest in London recently when you need camera support and you don't have image stabilizer

Category : Security

A good example of security all very well you might say but this is high tech, so how would he task that recent reality programme Beat The Bugular
Duncan Grisby put up his web cam in what is like 'Go To My Computer' software - you cant have a digital camera that works on it's own yet as that costs as much nokia does a device that is stationed and transmits images directly to an email address when movement is detected has a moderately higher usefullness and simpler set-up directions but your tired to that server but then you would like 9 of 7

Category : Software

It has come to our attention via hidden monitor-ware installed in your laptop that you are disclosing valuable corporate secrets. This is a cease and desist notice to you to remove all content regarding said corporate intellectual property, as is our right by U.S Penal Colony Code J7459.11.03a.
via messrs blytherestroom

Friday, February 18, 2005

Category : Furniture

A new Burnham Sofa by emporio.co.uk for £795 seperates into four pieces so allegedly you don't need a software tool to negotiate that corner and two doors illustrated in the Telegraph Magazine [no URL]

update that sofa

Category : Gadgets

Jason Bradbury made a 'bluetooth' device from a headset and put it into a gentlemans glove via endgadget

update Jason just did the 3G gauntlet run with the two servers but found solice with nokia's open source

Thursday, February 17, 2005

Category : photo shopping

Stu's doing a Dorian Gray Meme following a 'crack~in~the~glass' and/or update to the passport portrait - I did a morphed thingy some months ago but as my tools are going through a 'minefield' of patiences it's not looking good?

link to album

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Category : Mobile

WiFi on trains [icomera] and local trains [broadreach] and also to the motorways I was in London today doing some scans and visited a Starbucks to ask that question: do you do power supplies!! NO ANSWER

Monday, February 14, 2005

Category : Social

Playing deafcab4cutie for CHEAP DATE #1 and then CHEAP DATE #2 and then CHEAP DATE #3 but I think I got the right place for the quencher if only I could sync watches for MY NIL EVENTTREBLE CHANCES
update Stu It's like the house flooding 9 inches deep** in icy cold water, which you have to wade through barefoot, before climbing up a metal ladder*** to bore a hole in the ceiling for a hook to hold the noose to hang yourself by ;-) And while you're standing in the gathering dusk with wet bare feet on this metal ladder in the water using an electric drill whose worn cable droops through the water, she takes a shocking flash!!! photo, just to prove to eternal posterity what a complete idiot you are! reminds me of a Micheal Caine movie in which that was part of the script still watchable..

Sunday, February 13, 2005

Category : Architecture

reuters reports of a multi-story office block fire in Spain started this week-end picture
Which I compare to new apartments for Manhattan to be built

Category : Comedy

Phil Cornwall does not have a listing for his appearance on Steve Wright in the Afternoon then he did the now famous thing Mr Angary and the Mick Jagger spoofs which was really great but it just so happens that I can't [wont] find the channel4 tribute to the best comedy rant ever - well this ever BRITAIN'S 50 GREATEST COMEDY SKETCHES does not neither, I think, therefore I am not amused!