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Thursday 31 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] ThisIsLondon: Bob Mould - The godfather of hardcore may have a twinkle in his eye these days, but he still packs a helluva punch.
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Friday 25 December, 2009
#Happy Crimbo, chums!
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Monday 14 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Revolutionary - Yes, widely-believed theories are on occasion overturned by simple thought experiments
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#[linkfarm] 75 years after the UK's first cycle lane opened, the same debates rage on - The A40 lane received a "frigid welcome" from cyclists' groups, the Guardian noted in December 1934. They were worried that such innovations marked an attempt by a then-tiny minority, drivers, to push everyone else off the roads.
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Saturday 12 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Bob Mould in Bloomsbury Ballroom MOV01526.MPG
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Friday 11 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] The perfect way to slice a pizza
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Thursday 10 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Bob Mould & Retribution Gospel Choir, 7th Dec 2009
Photos thereof. Bloomsbury Ballroom was a slightly wacky venue, but I liked. Good sound, which is always a welcome bonus.

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Wednesday 09 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Hummus Bros - Hummus Bros is about feeding you homemade hummus with mouth watering toppings, scooped off your own individual bowl with warm pitta bread, and accompanied by refreshing salads and juices.
Had my tea there on Monday. It was super, and deadly cheap. And they gave me a free cup of tea because it was my first time. I'll be going in again if I find myself in that part of London.

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#[linkfarm] Dame Edna Everage explains why should would be perfect for the job of BBC news reader - You couldn't really read the news, could you John, in a state of arousal?
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Tuesday 08 December, 2009
#[code]Dublin Core and eGMS Metadata Viewer

HTML and XHTML can contain metadata embedded in its head section. It may contain all kinds of useful information, but web browsers don't provide a means to display it. At the prompting of my internet chum Andy Mabbett, I rewrote an existing Firefox add-on to provide a viewer for embedded Dublin Core and eGMS metadata.

The viewer is available for download from Mozilla Add-ons. It's currently marked as experimental, which is Mozilla Add-on speak for newly released, rather than a warning it might trash your machine. It won't, and there are people who've been running it for several weeks without issue. It is, after all, just a bit of Javascript.


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#[linkfarm] Retribution Gospel Choir People like their music because it's honest, loud enough to make you feel it and they sing in key.
Opened for Bob Mould last night, and were jolly good.

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#[linkfarm] William Shatner and the Wonder Computer - The CommoDORE Vic! 20!
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#[linkfarm] Mathematically Correct Breakfast - How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves
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Saturday 05 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Climatologists under pressure - Stolen e-mails have revealed no scientific conspiracy, but do highlight ways in which climate researchers could be better supported in the face of public scrutiny.
Of course, if you believe in the "conspiracy" this article is simple further proof.

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Friday 04 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] Academia vs. Business
True.

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Tuesday 01 December, 2009
#[linkfarm] How would I back up a Wubi install?
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#[linkfarm] Mount Wubi Disk from Linux
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#[linkfarm] Explore2fs - Explore2fs is a GUI explorer tool for accessing ext2 and ext3 filesystems. It runs under all versions of Windows and can read almost any ext2 and ext3 filesystem.
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