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The Synchronicity Arkive – synchronising Dorothy and Pink Floyd ‘…The Wizard of Oz has been a classic film, ever since it came out. And Dark Side of the Moon has been a must-have on any album collectors shelf since 1973. Now you can enjoy them together…’ delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via

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Eye Spirits – Fortean Times ‘…the brain, on receiving incomplete visual data through the eyes, ‘fills in’ the missing elements as best it can…’ And this is why there’s no such thing as Truth. BBC – Food – Recipes – Search We have these 49 search results for “pumpkin” Guardian Unlimited | Online | Creative […]

when the moon hits your eye

The second trip outdoors only provided more clouds. I never saw the eclipse, unlike Joel and all these smug people. The next night the Hunter’s Moon was out and as bright as I’ve ever seen it. I took some photos to make myself feel better.

Hunter’s Moon

It’s 3am. I was warned that there would be cloud but I chose to get out of bed and see for myself since tonight would be the last total lunar eclipse for two and a half years. I imagine that even the bubbly Mr Jack Horkheimer (Real Player link) is a little less jovial this […]

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Half Man Half Biscuit mp3s …broadcast on the John Peel show on 3rd September 2002 (click the Kershaw link for more) John Peel RIP ‘…Here are some free and legal mp3 downloads of songs that John Peel has featured on his Radio 1 show recently…’ delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via

Peter Lindberg wrote:

(some correspondence between Peter and I about Paul Shepheard that seemed worth hyperlinking) Have you read it? It would be interesting to hear your thoughts on it. Best, /P. Dear Peter, First of all I should start with an apology, since my thoughts on your Fred Brooks entry about software architecture still haven’t made […]

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Total eclipse of the Moon diagram set your alarm for Thursday morning 02:23 GMT (via (the link, not the eclipse) delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via

latest discoveries: – (Windows) GMail Drive shell extension GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google GMail account, allowing you to use GMail as a storage medium. delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via

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Starbucks consumer warning – product recall ‘…On behalf of the starbucks coffee corporation we would like to invite you in returning faulty paper cups to the ubiquitous coffee chain…’ FAC_2 the update Thanks to my webstats I’ve just spotted that the original artist of my FAC2 remix has added a list of available versions on […]

Hung, drawn and quartered

The drinking habits of the average Brit has been in the media again this week. The finger of blame is pointing towards drinks promotions by bars and breweries; happy hour becomes a great deal unhappier when it meets the pavement at closing time. Here in Birmingham the police have announced the decision to ban all […]