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29 October 2006

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  1. Nothing But Green Lights: An mp3/music blog of new British music. Exclusively. » Los Campesinos!

    Just wanted to say… don’t be afraid of featuring songs more than once in your Take Your Medicine…

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  1. Music: Pocketbooks: Indie-Pop | Nothing But Green Lights: A UK mp3 blog.

    Loving this song. The first to feature an Oyster Card and London Underground fare boundaries? Sometimes it’s like Sarah Records never went away.

  2. Guardian Unlimited Arts | Arts features | Steve Rose on the renaissance of the Brunswick Centre

    And the history of the its birth. It looks lovely now, and could only be improved by the reappearance of Skoob Books and by calling it the “Brunswick Centre” instead of the “Brunswick”. Stupid pointless re-branding. (via Blech)

  3. Evhead: The Birth of Obvious Corp.

    I’ve thought this would be the way to go for some time: build a network of smallish, mutually-supporting websites, grow organically. (via Kottke)

  4. Geek to Live: Top Firefox 2 config tweaks - Lifehacker

    Didn’t think I’d need this after applying most of these once, but I keep trying to find it when I install on other computers.

  5. Webkuehn.de - Geocoordinates from Wikipedia for Google Earth

    That’s a lot of locations. Not sure what I’d do it with it but just in case… (via Plasticbag)

  6. Freesound :: view pack :: london underground

    I’m not sure why sounds recorded from the Tube are interesting, but they are. (via Plasticbag)

  7. BBC News | Technology | Sony admits to buying grey goods

    This kind of thing makes me angry. Companies are dead set against regulation until they need it. “We’d like a free market please, but only when it suits us.”

  8. The Hemingway Challenge « Gauravonomics

    25 six word stories from famous authors, plenty better than this week’s much-linked-to few in Wired, but still non as good as Hemingway’s.

  9. Google Maps - Treo

    Official Google Maps app for the Treo. Works a treat. All it needs now is walking directions…