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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, November 26, 2005

Category : friendsreunited Photo


I found this posted by Ray Craigie on the fru site [thanks Ray!]

Category : Disc storage maintence

qvcuk.com showed tonight the stakka by Imation who do a line of blank cd's which links by usb version 1.1 or usb 2 and finds and parks as used seems the ultimate at the moment for all data on disc. The Business Standard says Worried about managing your precious disc collection? Breathe easy with Imation?s all-new Disc Stakka CD and DVD Manager, a software that allows you to manage disc collections and contents of the disc with ease. The Disc Stakka helps in maintaining your disc library, as it is an external storage device that also protects and manages your disc collection.
A single Disc Stakka unit can hold upto 100 discs, of all varieties of 12 cm discs. Priced at Rs 8,500 per unit, the Disc Stakka comes with a one-year hardware replacement warranty and is USB 1.1 or 2.0 compatible. The device works on a bundled software called OpdiTracker, which creates a database of the disc content.

Category : Robots dreams fortune

bOINGbOING posted this about some guy in India who made a robot that tells your fortune like that side show Zoltar in the movie Big

Category : Mobile internet WiFi


Link to zdnet of a Google live map giving loci via /.

Category : Telecoms prompts push the button

It's been with us for some five or so years, once you would call a number and it would take you to a telephonist the ambicious female operator quiet and unassuming as was yourself - before the internet all offices had chairs at a desk - then came what foes as a chartered message in the form of an answer message.. no questions - just answers no questions - just answers well a Paul English who had a business supported the tourist industry was fobbed off by his 'mobil server/provider' and decided to make a cheat sheet for his web site which has made him a bit of a name..

via fark and the Guardian and the sheets

Friday, November 25, 2005

Category : The Game football legends

-- from redmum - (?)

Commiserations to "The Dribbler Gary relates the Wiki page and Martin to the BBC page

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Category : White Goods dishes In&Out drawers

Two Drawers

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Category : Gadgets Hacking cramming

Link/how to put a decked and a cell phone into an 'ol dial phone..

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Category : Gadgets accessories two-wheel

A Crash Helmet with a rear-view mirror..good idea

Category : Search engine experiment

The SEE via scoblizer

Monday, November 21, 2005

Category : Internet servers choices

I have been on a UK based Broadband server Telewest Broadband for the last two years and have been watching less and less tv the package was a 512kbps which was upped to 4meg for free came with 30 tv channels so I've plumped for Mistral via Utilities Warehouse which the cheap stakes for power supplies as well Mistral

But were watching the WiMax which is trickling

Category : Browser firefox beta version 1.5


Due in the next week will SMS work?

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Category : Photo flickr drawn


From the drawn log of Rebekka

Category : Photo flickr Beth

London based flickr-tee

From the mind of Bethlet

Category : Car-razy Top Gear remote control

Remote-controlled cars

With Christmas and all the presents that it brings alarmingly close, we thought it'd be a good idea to take a look at a Christmas favourite. Remote-controlled cars. Instead of those silly little things that you can buy, charge for 45 hours and then use for four minutes before the battery runs out, we got petrol-powered ones. Oh, and they aren't miniature either, our remote-control cars are full size.

And just like Christmas, we thought we'd add in a sullen teenager to look a bit moody and sulky. But our teenager is a bit different, her name is Krizti Rosenberg and she's the under 15s remote-controlled car racing champion of the world. And although she was entirely silent, her skill is unquestionable.

First, the practice with Richard and James, this didn't go too well at all really. James managed to stack his car into a huge lump of mud, and Richard managed most of the course, before James released what was named 'the ball of death' suspended from 'the crane of death' and triggered by 'the plunger of death'. A caravan was destroyed, and smiles were visible all round.

Then, it was time to begin the race. James wrote off Richard's car within the first 34 seconds, Krizti got on with it and managed to lap James, at least twice. And then we crashed two cars into a caravan.

..more after the jump

Category : Photo flickr Portrait

~Mirror in the bathroom~

From the camera of chishikilauren