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  • Arriva And The Bus Route Of Doom

    31 August, 2004

    Missed my bug this morning. It seems that Arriva carried out some changes to the local bus timetables at the weekend. This much I knew about. I also know that my bus would now be leaving the bus station at 0740 (rather than the 0750 I’m used to), so I arrived ten minutes earlier than at a bus stop it

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  • Amazon Pre-Order For Half-Life 2

    29 August, 2004

    I can’t believe that it’s been 13 and a half months since I pre-ordered Half-Life 2 on Amazon. I went to check on my order earlier today: It seems that my delivery estimate hasn’t been fixed – I can still (apparently) expect to receive my copy of this long-awaited game by 2nd October… 2003. Hmm.

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  • Bryn – Afro Man!

    29 August, 2004

    Picture removed. The joke’s gotten old. – Dan, 5th June 2007

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  • The Internet As An Art Form – The Infinite Cat Project

    28 August, 2004

    Just came across the Infinite Cat Project. The premise is simple: take a picture of your cat looking at the current picture on the web site, and send it in, and it will become the current picture. The first cat is Frankie: just click Next Cat to get to the next one. I think this is a great use of

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  • Troma Night Website Integrates With Abnib

    28 August, 2004

    Woo and indeed hoo! I’m really starting to enjoy programming RSS feeds into my web sites now. I’ve just done a little bit of recoding of the Troma Night website to allow the newly-relaunched Aberystwyth weblog aggregator, Abnib, to syndicate it. Now, Abnib will show the details of the next upcoming Troma Night… and not a moment too soon –

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  • Abnib’s Back!

    27 August, 2004

    (much thanks due to Gareth) Abnib, the Aberystwyth Weblog Aggregator (bringing you niblets of the best of Aber’s weblogs) is back online, after months of absence. Take a look and see who you recognise. Haven’t quite gotten around to putting everybody’s ‘mugshots’ in there (as I’m having some difficulty with semitransparent PNGs), but Gareth’s made a good few to get

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  • Belt Buckle Shows Highlights Of Crazy Search Results

    26 August, 2004

    This is just crazy. Some mad geeks have adapted a Pocket PC into a hip 80s-esque belt buckle, such that it displays a scrolling list of popular web search terms of the last 24 hours, live… at your crotch. I have no idea what the purpose of this is.

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