Got the last two sites sorted for my top 10. I’d forgotton that I go shopping!! http://www.amazon.co.uk/ – books, music and general stuff all in one place http://www.screwfix.co.uk/ – my garage will never have enough stuff in it!
Thought of some more sites that I look at fairly regularly: http://b3ta.com/ – ever wondered where all of those doctored photos that you get through email originate 🙂 http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/ – news and articles about the TV, cable and satellite industries… Continue reading
Brian pointed out a book called Garan the Eternal on his blog two weeks ago. I managed to get hold of a copy and took it to the pub on Friday to show Brian. It’s strange for me to have… Continue reading
If you’re reading this, you’re connected to my new server. Whooppee! Success 🙂
I went to The Stoop for the first time yesterday to watch Quins -v- Northampton in a Zurich Premiership match. Went with Dave, Vicky, Kieren and Ginny who are all Northampton season ticket holders. I had a ticket in the… Continue reading
I was thinking of listing the top 10 sites that I visit, but found that I struggled. http://news.bbc.co.uk/ http://www.theregister.co.uk/ http://slashdot.org/ http://www.briancurd.com/ http://stevedavis.me.uk/ So that was halfway to 10. Now I needed another 5. That’s where I started struggling and realised… Continue reading
Since taking the BBC panel off the side of this site, the Google cache seems to be being updated daily. Coincidence or factor? Who knows.
Have a look at this USB Swiss Army Knife! If only I could get away with taking it on an airplane – I’d probably forget that I was going to the airport, leave it in my bag and it would… Continue reading
Came across the Coral Peer to Peer Web Caching System via a link on SlashDot. It’s very easy to use. For example: http://garan.org/ becomes http://garan.org.nyud.net:8090/. The system will send you to the nearest peer cache which will cache and return… Continue reading