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This piece over at Digital Dad™ made me chuckle. CU-1 isn’t a toddler anymore (she’s three) but she’s been obsessed with computers, stereo, iPods and telephones almost since day one.Family,
So Nicki, at long last, has started to blog about her experiences with food. She’s a professional food writer so was apprehensive at first, but it looks like she’s settling in nicely:-)
> Hello,> > As you know, Google treats instances of invalid clicks very seriously. By> disabling your account, we feel that we have taken the necessary measures> to ensure that invalid clicks will n...
Just read a post on the Google Print copyright debacle which reminded me I got a bit tipsy last night and had a vigourous and interesting converstation with a barrister who specialises in intellectual property. We...
So yup, I’ve started digging around and we may have something here (thanks wAntAn productions: Google AdSense Account Disabled)
I think we may have a thing here.
Chris Wheatley makes a few observations about iTunes 6. In particular:
A friend of Billy’s wanted this word spread:
So I bought Nicki a Sony Ericsson K750i as she’s starting to write about food again and she needed a decent camera to upload to Flickr with. I just can’t get over the image quality on the thing. I pumps out 1600×1...Techno-bollocks,
So exactly how often these days can you see a chap roasting an entire pig on a spit and what’s a burdock root anyway? Broadway market is looking pretty darn amazing right now. These guys come back every saturday–t...
Thank you Billy for pointing this out:-)
Well, until about five minutes ago, I had absolutely no idea that Levon Helm and Robbie Roberston played with Bob Dylan.
It’s funny, I’ve been tidying up my iTunes library and tracking down some of the more obscure cover art. On a couple of occasions, I’ve come across reviews of Miss Kittin albums and amusingly, even the more metrop...
Just love this picture. Not sure why exactly, but it’s something to do with the freshness of the whole thing.Family,
Spent the whole day at IKEA (both Wembley and Edmonton) not buying a mattress.Family,
Note for Falby family: CU-1’s swimming pics are now in a flickr set so you can view them as a slideshow.Family,
Ohna just sent this:
Apoa and Kiloh bond with the rozzers at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival :-)Family,
Well, I feel a whole lot better now that the White House website is covered with pictures of the sensitive couple hugging refugees…
I still love the internet after all these years
Jed just sent me this. As ever, MM says it best… Friday, September 2nd, 2005
Just watched the pilot of Lost.
Received the following from a reader called Andrew MacLaren a few days ago. He does make some good points so I’ll see what I can do:-)
From the Flickr news page entry dated 31st July, 2005
Maddox adds to the debate on the rise of Citizen’s Media
Sitting here chopping some complex css and Eminem’s Mockingbird comes on and I start blubbering like a baby. This happens every time I hear the song (i.e. it’s nothing to do with css…) I wonder what’s making me so...Family,
I think by luck I posted some of the first pictures of Warren Street tube to Flickr. I was getting my hair cut on Googe street when I heard the news on the radio.
“Pan Asian Diner and Takeaway”–the subtitle on the menu doesn’t say it all.
This one gets so far up my nose I could sneeze.
So I was trying to score some new Birkenstocks at lunchtime today and ended up eating a small Ceasar salad at the bar of the Covent Garden Hotel which seemed like the best way to avoid eating Another Bloody Sandwich.
So I’m looking for satellite imagery of the island of Marawah around 100 kilometres to the west of the city of Abu Dhabi, just to the north of the Khor al Bazm. I end up with a traditional satellite image courtesy...
I realise I’ve been doing a lot of quoting these days, but I love this comment by Hugh Macleod over at gapingvoid.com