Monthly Archives: November 2008

#32 – The Matrix

A lazy Sunday afternoon of films today, Hancock, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, and now The Matrix on Blu-Ray. 15/250

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Numb toes

Another 20 mile ride along the canal and back tonight. I was somewhat overdressed for the weather but at least wasn’t as cold as last week. I’ve still got numb toes though, I probably need to invest in overshoes or … Continue reading

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#26 – WALL-E

It’s a Pixar movie, what could possibly be wrong with it? In fact it’s possibly one of their best so far. 14/250

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10mm

The rear of the 69er now has a 10mm RWS skewer instead of a normal sized one which should hopefully cure or reduce the creaking. The Bontrager branded DT Swiss hubs obviously aren’t exactly the same as the DT Swiss … Continue reading

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Light and Motion Seca 700 Race

Tonight was the first ride with my new lights, and I’m very impressed. By turning them on in "race mode" a quick press of the button flicks the light between high (700 lumens) and low (175 lumens). Low is more … Continue reading

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Sounds about right

more charts

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#201 – The Day the Earth Stood Still

Michael Rennie was illThe Day the Earth Stood StillBut he told us where we stand 13/250

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Little and Large

For want of anything interesting to say, I’ll post a random picture of two of my bike collection instead. Kona Unit and Trek 69er

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Let there be light

A trip to the LBS today saw a set Light & Motion Seca 700 Race lights come home with me, I’d finally got bored with waiting for the Hope lights to arrive so bit the bullet. They’ve been charged, briefly … Continue reading

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What a difference a filter makes

Thanks to a simple switch of microfilter, my ADSL is now running at 5.5Mbps instead of 3.5-4Mbps, and seems far more stable. The best tenner I’ve spent for quite a while.

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