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Good evening, Portland!

I’m back from the wilds of Dorset. As I suspected, the weather wasn’t entirely conducive to camping outdoors so my nights were spent tucked away in a warm bed between four walls under a roof.

Have a good weekend

I’m off to spend the weekend on a windswept promontory in the West Country.

Web applications are the new black

I almost gave myself a sore neck from nodding my head in agreement as I read John Gruber’s latest article entitled “The Location Field Is the New Command Line”. He talks about the differences (or lack thereof) between desktop and web-bas

Back of the net!

The iSight madness continues…

It's a small world after all

I’ve had my iSight for almost a year now but lately it’s been getting a real workout.

Pewx

Jamie pointed out something funny to me the other day.

Salva--, I mean, SpaceShipOne

There were a lot of unremarkable television shows made during the seventies and eighties. But because those were my formative years, those shows have an unwarranted prominence in my memories. Tales Of The Gold Monkey… Scarecrow And Mrs. King…

Blooming wit

Yesterday was Bloomsday. I wasn’t in Dublin: I was on stage in Brighton with Salter Cane. Still, I couldn’t let the occasion pass unmarked.

noTunes

The iTunes Music Store has launched in the UK. Hallelujah!

Feastival

The Brighton Food and Drink Festival has started.

On Her Majesty's Secret Sea Power Service

It seems that a number of the bigger Brighton-based bands haven taken to giving quirky, secretive concerts lately.

Best. Simpsons reference. Ever.

From Idle Words:

Everything in its right place

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a big fan of Apple but even by my kool-aid drinking standards they’ve really outdone themselves this time.

The move

In an article called Stress and Emotional Health over at BBC Health, there’s a list of "top stress makers". The "very high" category lists "moving house".

A host of problems... again

Notice a few things missing around here?