Monthly Archives: February 2008

Tried, and failed

I was fully intending to go to work today. I got up, got dressed, fed the cats, cleared the litter tray, put the recycling out, and then when I actually came to leave realised that I was unlikely to make … Continue reading

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There’s something mesmerizing about this

I could watch it for hours. BBC Clock From the new look www.bbc.co.uk

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Settling in nicely.

Mulder and Scully are chasing each other non-stop round the house and up and down the stairs at the moment. It’s quite funny watching them “power-slide” their way across the laminate floor in the dining room before “fighting” with each … Continue reading

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Still ill

I’m still ill, I’ve survived the last three days on a mix of Lemsip-alike, Benylin, Night Nurse, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. After going to bed early Monday I finally surfaced about 3pm today, although I’m not entirely sure it … Continue reading

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I blame Alex

It looks like he’s infected me with his lurgy. Update: It’s only 8:30 and I’m in bed already, albeit with a mug of Lemsip-alike, a laptop, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Calibration, that’s what you need

A new toy arrived today. I’ve calibrated both my desktop PC and the laptop already. Currently things look a bit odd, but I suspect that’s because I’d got used to the previous calibrated-by-eye look that was almost, but not entirely, … Continue reading

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Hobbes

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That I did not expect!

BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | France 13-24 England. A bit scrappy, but a fairly good game overall.

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Nothing lasts these days

I’ve just retired my Shimano PD-M525 pedals from regular use, I reckon I bought them in 1992.

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A change for the better

Bontrager Pervert Tape now comes in two long pieces rather than four shorter ones, making it much easier to apply.

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