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Too busy to blog

I’m afraid updates are going to be scarce over the next few days. My mother is here in Brighton for a visit so Jessica and I are showing her the sights.

Glad to be back

Finland was… quiet. I almost wished I had a more stressful lifestyle so that I could appreciate the peace and quiet more. As it was, I was looking at my watch by the end of the weekend.

Hei Hei

I’m taking off for the weekend.

Spamming for spam

Here’s an article, written by an idiot, called "Why I love spam".

REM.IX

10 songs from REM’s album "Reveal" have been re-mixed. You can download the MP3s for free from their website. You can even download artwork for the CD you burn.

This really, REALLY! stank

3 Stench Ridden Days…

Building a Life-size Millennium Falcon

The Online Documentary:

WordRidden

In case you haven’t seen, I’ve been making some changes over at Jessica’s site. In fact, I’ve rebuilt it completely.

Even more Attack Of The Clones

Jessica and I went to see Attack of the Clones again today. Here’s my (spoiler-free) review.

Attack Of The Clones

I saw it. I loved it. I can’t wait to see it again.

Attack of the Clones

I got my days mixed up yesterday. I’ll be seeing Attack Of The Clones sooner than I realised - midnight tonight.

UK awaits Star Wars première

I’ve had my ticket for over a month now and I’ve resisted the urge to turn this journal into one long countdown. Now, though, the excitement is official.

Web services, Weblogs and Wired

Here’s an excellent article in The Guardian by all-round good guy, Ben Hammersley all about web services.

Campaign for Digital Rights - Copy-protected CD information

Just in case anyone thinks my whinging about the "copy-protected" nature of the soundtrack to the new Star Wars film is over the top, I think it’s worth pointing out that these "copy-protected" CDs also won’t play in car st

jonathanmacybiggs

Here’s a great site I found in my referral logs: Jonathan Macy Biggs. Behold the beautiful design and validating pages!

$95,000 Adventure @ Goodthink.com

I’ve just finished reading this incredible but true story:

Attack of the 50 foot iMac

If you go down to the centre of Brighton, you’re in for a big surprise.

Salter Cane

It’s time for me to unveil a site I’ve been working on for a while now.

Soundtracks of my tears

Dear Sony Classical,

u l t r a m i c r o s c o p i c

My new favourite ‘blog is Ultramicroscopic.

Google bombing Verisign

The Hoopla debacle still shows no sign of being resolved.

åsa & malin proudly present...

Local Flash heroes Kerb have relaunched their website.

The World According to Student Bloopers

Students say the funniest things:

No Macs need apply

Jessica and I have thinking about getting some of our stuff insured (the computers, musical intruments, etc.). Jessica spent some time today comparing insurance policies online.

Tom Waits

With most of the music industry running scared from the Internet in a moral panic, it’s great to see a record company that embraces the medium and uses it to its full potential.

Petition Decision Derision

At the time of writing this, 997 morons believe this idiocy about The Lord Of The Rings:

May Day - the Real Labor Day

Happy May Day.