Monthly Archives: November 2004
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’ve been getting more than my fair share of blogspam of late. I’ve been spending about twenty minutes every three or so days clearing out the ‘moderation’ queue and updating my keyword lists. Worse still, some spam has been… Continue reading
News of the day: (here I go, flooding you all with lots of small posts), I’m now Daniel Huntley BEng(Hons) MBCS, ‘cos I’m now a member of the British Computer Society. Not quite sure whether or not this is a good thing, yet, but hey.… Continue reading
Strangest thing I’ve seen all week. Perhaps it’d help if I’d seen this Uzumaki thing… hmm…
<ROFLMAO> Want a giggle? Go to Google and type “old dead language” into the search box (with or without the quotes… either way), and hit “I’m Feeling Lucky!”. This is the follow-up to my experimental googlebomb the other week. I’ve had my fun, now, and… Continue reading
Somebody on slashdot writes of Half-Life 2: Doom 3 tried to generate atmosphere through the lack of light and the monster placement that was obviously designed to scare you. After a while it degenerated into one big black scare job to me, and wasn’t very… Continue reading
Another fantastic Dudley’s Dungeon today. For NetHack fans only.
Heard this today: “There’s something the Student’s Union don’t want: a silent, invisible, anonymous army of disgruntled students.” Made me smile.
For $12.99, you can have a model smash your phone and publish the video to the internet for you to enjoy again and again. Fucking wierd.
Rediscovered this online – some questions for the heterosexual: What do you think caused your heterosexuality? When and how did you first decide that you were a heterosexual? Is it possible that your heterosexuality is just a phase that you will grow out of? Is… Continue reading
Sat up last night with Bryn and Claire with a cheap bottle of wine and the remains of an expensive bottle of whiskey and watched The Simpsons (Season 3, DVD 2) and Puppets Who Kill (Season 1, the episodes we hadn’t seen yet). A nice… Continue reading