Monthly Archives: January 2011

Yahoo! taking the p!ss

I was on the Flikr website today and noticed a link to connect photo uploads to Facebook. This sounded handy so I pressed the Connect button and then was shocked to see how much information Yahoo! (who own Flikr) wanted … Continue reading

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Chocolate Weetabix?

My daughter has recently moved from plain Weetabix to ones studded with chocolate – which is understandable as a plain Weetabix biscuit is a very dull affair. I had assumed that this would be a very unhealthy move as chocolate … Continue reading

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Nation

Just finished Nation, a non-Discworld Pratchett book. It is a good read set on a tropical island in an alternative version of Earth. I had picked it up by accident, assuming it was the latest (at the time of purchase) … Continue reading

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Joining the Cosmopolitan Club

Had a pleasant time in Ha Ha bar & grill tonight. I had forgotten what time I was supposed to be there and accidentally arrived an hour early for the arranged meal with Sue. To fill the time I was … Continue reading

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Fable III Villager Maker

I bought Fable III when it came out but had to wrap the game up unused for Christmas. I did, though, have the pre-order code which allowed early birds to make a custom villager that would appear in their game. … Continue reading

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Fridge-clearing frenzy

Today’s lunch starts off with a standard base: 900ml water packet of Knorr Florida Spring Vegetable Soup mix Now to scour the fridge… Sunday’s roast remnants: small bowl of peas and carrots (pretty safe) pieces of roast pork Saturday’s Spanish … Continue reading

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Harry Potter VII part 1

10 years on and they’re still bring produced but not long for the big ending. Quite a grim movie, well suited to the cold wind and rain outside the Vue cinema. If you’ve seen the previous half-dozen then it is, … Continue reading

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