digital Utopia

March 2008 Monthly Archives

Route of all evil

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The witty(?) play on words are back. I’ve replaced the shite Belkin Wireless G Plus router with a Netgear WGT624 router which is currently on special offer at PCWorld for a measly £49.99 with a free USB 2.0 adaptor. Simply put: It hasn’t crashed. Unfortunately I did hit the bug if you try and put […]

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A passing of another legend

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Another legend, and another childhood icon, Arther C Clarke, has passed away. I’ve been a big fan of him since I was young, and have a substantial proportion of his books. Like Isaac Asimov, his boots would never be filled. A sad day for all of us.

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Chairman Reeds

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As I grow older the news becomes more important. I read the BBC News everyday – in fact that where most of my news comes from. However I get very angry about stuff and I believe I come up with good ideas to combat this. So I have decided to publish my ideas and if […]

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Stupid fuckwits

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In the middle of the biggest storms for years a family decides that this would be a good time to visit the Holy Island. How clueless can you get? Storms, high-tides, flooding. “I know lets drive through the sea in the worst possible conditions imaginable and then put others lives at risk when they have […]

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Obviously nothing better to do…

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Woke this morning, and as I do every morning, checked my email. Waiting for me was a bunch of comments (34 of them) sat in the moderation queue for this very blog. The time they started was 20:23 and he ended at 23:54. That’s 3½ hours of his life he is never going to get […]

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Passing of a legend

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Gary Gygax, the father of Dungeons & Dragons, passed away aged 69.  I played the original boxed set given to me by my Uncle aged about 12. Then migrated to Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (2nd Ed.) and never looked back. Thanks Gary, for all the good times.

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