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2006-12-03 (Sunday)


  1. Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog

    Lots of very funny, obfuscatory and incomprehensible diagrams about Web 2.0. Couldn’t be spoofed better. I thought diagrams were supposed to make things *simpler*. (via Haddock)

  2. How to Install Two Versions of IE (IE6 and IE7) on One Machine

    Looks a bit laborious but might be handy sometime.

  3. vi-R-us » Blog Archive » Planets

    Total Perspective Vortext / Powers of Ten style images to make you feel very, very tiny.

  4. World Geography Quizzes - Hundreds of Map Games

    Loads of very good educational map games for dumbos like me. (via Haddock)

  5. Caledonian Global Challenge - Caledonian Business School

    Europe-based map game. I’m embarrassingly poor at even this. (via Haddock)

  6. Geosense: an online world geography game

    What it says. Good one, you can play against others (or click ‘Visit’ then ‘Play alone’). (via Haddock)

  7. World Map - countries of the world

    Educational map game (my geography is terrible). (via Haddock)

  8. Voice of a City Paris

    A group blog about Paris — get the hang of the place from what the locals say I think.

  9. eG Forums -> Best Pastry/Cake shops in London?

    Mmmmm… cake. To my shame I haven’t even heard of most of these. Must explore… (via ChrisDodo)

  10. BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Musical copyright terms ‘to stay’

    Yay. Is making money off your work fifty years after you did it not good enough!?

  11. Hawk Wings

    Apple Mail blog. I was thinking of switching to Apple Mail from Eudora when I saved this link, but probably won’t now. But just in case…


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    Where did that weekend go? Off to bed with me.

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    Off for dinner (roasted vegetables) while watching 'How Music Works with Howard Goodall'.

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    Wishing Pepys had done many fewer things each day.

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    Dragging myself away from educational map games to do some more work.

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    Pleased that I can buy mince pies guilt-free now it's December.

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    Off to buy groceries and something nice for lunch.

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    Up late, head shaven, breakfast eaten, starting work. The Lord wouldn't be happy with me if he existed.