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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 31, 2005

Category flickr mosaic maker


1. Untitled, 2. 23 [ Morning Pinappless ], 3. pipi on my chest :0), 4. Untitled, 5. xeni on imdb, 6. buddy icon, 7. :-P, 8. Untitled, 9. Solaris

Happy New to one and all...

Category : Christmas story modernity

Bethlehem, Judea - Authorities were today alerted by a concerned citizen who noticed a family living in a barn. Upon arrival, Family Protective Service personnel, accompanied by police, took into protective care an infant child named Jesus, who had been wrapped in strips of cloth and placed in a feeding trough by his 14-year old mother, Mary of Nazareth more after the break let

Category : Writing blogs wish list

I've added some additional excellent "more and less wishes". Not sure if this is correct "blog protocol" - but to keep life simple and all insights in one place, I'm making a management decision to include all wishes on this post. Just seems to make sense more after the crashin via scoble

Category : Photo flickr Between the Rocks

-- from quas - (?)

Friday, December 30, 2005

Category : Photo flickr s~c zen

-- from zen. - (?)

Category : Geology sciences reason for

-- from Jaxpix50 - (?)

In the Washington State in the scraplands are marks in the flat rock escarpment stretching for miles. Channel 5 tv showed a programme explaining in evassive context the theory for large amoungts of water but no one knew where this water came from. Science eventually found other questions like how did deep pools of water appear as if by magic. A large glazier moved out of Canadian territory and when it meet a large volume of water there was as if a battle of giants as the glazier moved in on the water all the water could do was rise until it was as great in volume as the glazier but water at the base under that pressure forced cracks into the ice and melted it. It was found that water under high pressure can make air bubbles implode with great violence and this is said to have been the creator of the pools in this rock, but also left ridges large ones that were there and unexplained. When the glazier broke this large volume of water speed at sixty miles an hour across the land destroying everything in it's path. This story was down to one man finding himself stuck on a problem - nothing much but you know what problems can do, make ones

a link to a mear visualization

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Category : Drivers German of the Year Sabina


By BBC Top Gear Programme

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Category : Comedy debrief Vincent Schiavelli

Can't place the guy? but some poster said Oh yeah! I TOTALLY agree!! When he broke the cigarette machine and all those cigarettes fell out and he went to his knee's and said, oh, so convincingly, "Oh, I'd give ANYTHING for a DRAG!!" I thought I would bust a rib LAUGHING!!! I swear I was all doubled over!! How he was so angry, then sort of softened up with sympathy...this guy is fan-friggin-TASTIC!! I LOVE this guy!! I've been watching for him in films ever since I first saw "One flew over the Cuckoo's nest" wayyyyyyy back when. He ALWAYS plays a memorable character. He puts such life into his roles. Even if you don't know his name, you know his voice and his face and you know you're going to get something exciting from him. He NEVER lets the movie watcher down. Thanks, Vincent!!! ..so what could I say here..well he probably could be creditited with a Disney soundtrack of some bird falling out of a window to the ground and give you a fair run-down of the variables.. but everyone else did it too? What do you think our Ricky would say! I don't have the smoltza
via Mark Frauenfelder

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Category : Gadgets power you use

Ever wanted to know exactly how much electricity your consumables use..

Category : Gadgets sub-notebooks OQO

Gizmodo write an article on the latest offerings from OQO a palm size which runs WinXP but will set you back 2000 notes : the cons include still very warm but the battery life is only a substantial 2 hours still but you have to take it on as Andrew Davis explains and what he's done with it on the road. He compliments the system runs very well with his Treo 600 which is enlightning for mobil sector

My April 2004 review

Monday, December 26, 2005

Category : Photo flickr Luciana

-- from Luciana DB - (?)

Category : The Browser 15th Year today

According to digg the browser is fifteen years old this day.. our daily bread

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Category : Photo flickr Jen Collins

-- from xeni - (?)

Category : News tech on-the-fly

Digg-ital Spy news you have to see it run