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Tuesday 30 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] BrikWars - the plastic-brick wargaming system that throws the peaceful worlds of your favorite construction toys into wanton chaos and destruction!
Assemble your minifigs! Battle commences!

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Friday 26 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Stuart Kettell - Lands End to John O' Groats on a Penny Farthing
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#[linkfarm] BRISTOL CELEBRATES FALL OF CAPITALISM BY OPENING HUGE NEW SHOPPING MALL
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Saturday 20 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Cambridge University's monstrous new clock - The hour approaches. The beast's jaws gape, its tail quivers and then snap! Another minute has been devoured, and the hour strikes with the ominous clonk of a chain dropping into a coffin. The creature blinks twice in satisfaction.
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Friday 19 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] The Mae West Train Shed - The new design - if it gets built - is far better than any mainline station between Manchester and Paris, but if it neglects to announce Birmingham to the new arrival, it’s taking a half step forward rather than the whole step the city deserves
If I was as eloquent, I would have written the same. I travelled through Canary Wharf only a couple of days ago, and always find it quite thrilling. It's wasted on all those City-types.

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Monday 15 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Maverick - Maverick is the most original 80s arcade game to be released in the 21st century.
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Sunday 14 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Moseley in Bloom Wins Gold in the Heart of England Awards!

   * wunderwoman said Many congratulations to Moseley on your silver gilt award in the Nationals. Glad that we equalled that in Chapelfield!!! [added 26th Sep 2008]

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Tuesday 09 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Fermilab physicists discover "doubly strange" particle - Physicists of the DZero experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory have discovered a new particle made of three quarks, the Omega-sub-b (Ωb). The particle contains two strange quarks and a bottom quark (s-s-b). It is an exotic relative of the much more common proton and weighs about six times the proton mass.
Who wouldn't want an exotic, yet heavier, cousin?

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Monday 08 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Eddie Campbell - When an interviewer asks me why he should read graphic novels, my standard response now is to say 'good lord, not you, you're far too stuffy'
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Wednesday 03 September, 2008
#[linkfarm] Happy birthday to GNU - Mr. Stephen Fry introduces you to free software, and reminds you of a very special birthday.
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