Archive: October, 2004 sparkline

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Let sleeping iPods die

After a Friday afternoon meeting over at Semantico, I decided to swing by the local Cancom shop and browse through whatever Apple goodies they might have in stock.

Anger is an energy

Last year BBC Radio One came to Brighton and organised a week of live music. This year, there’s no sign of auntie Beeb but local promoters have organised a week of music anyway.

D'ye ken John Peel?

“Then here’s to John Peel with my? heart and soul”

JavaScript tweaks

I’ve been getting some feedback on the toggle-able sidebar sections I implemented last week.

The Stephensonsian System

Following on from a posting on the Brighton New Media mailing list today, I just found out that the third book in Neal Stephenson’s Baroque Cycle is now available. It’s called The System Of The World.

Ch-ch-ch-changes

I’ve been doing some spring cleaning around here (if you’re reading this in an RSS reader, you might want to visit the site to investigate some of the changes).

Real horrorshow

Is it just me or do the new Apple mini stores look like the Korova Milk Bar from A Clockwork Orange?

Good night, good luck, win awards

While I was off galavanting around Dublin, the 2004 Virtual Festival was hosting its Web Awards ceremony here in Brighton.

Apple documentation

There’s a very old joke about a man who goes to the doctor and says:

Farewell to Erin

I’m back from my trip to Ireland. It was a short visit but I managed to pack in quite a bit of activity.

Across the Irish Sea

I’m off to Dublin for the weekend.

Web video roundup

Clean out your fat pipes, here comes some bandwidth-sucking fun.

Earth shattering

My brother-in-law lives and works in Seattle. That’s his workplace they’re talking about in this article in this Newsweek article about Starbucks.