"Bracknell boasts the largest range of shops and services east of Reading and west of Slough".
photographic trip around San Francisco comparing today's street scenes with those captured 45 years ago in the classic Hitchcock film Vertigo.
To the visitor who arrived here looking for the"world's best web browser" : the answer you are looking for is Opera. If pushed I'd put Firebird in second place - a very good browser but it doesn't give me the warm fuzzy feeling Opera does. I find Intenet Explorer very useful at work as I'm developing Micro$oft platform intranets (so it makes things like integrating with NT security easy) but it's such a poor browsing experience compared to Opera, Firebird, and regular Mozilla, that I can't face using it at home. Anyway you came here looking for my opinion and there it is.
Whilst contemplating whether Eddie Izzard is to be the new Doctor Who (IMHO there is no finer contender) I almost missed the other important Eddie story in the news. One of Britain's biggest privately-owned road haulage companies, Eddie Stobart, has been sold. Will this mean corporate re-branding and end to Stobart sightings on the country's motorways? Driving will be a duller prospect without them - it's not everyday that a fleet of trucks has it's own fan club.
A recent report shows young British women drink more than women anywhere else in Europe. "They drink almost four times more than young Italian women and three times more than the French." Rather than celebrating this achievement though the BBC choose to pursue some "bad for their health" tack. No patriotism - they're meant to be the BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation for goodness sake.
56K Modem Emulator is made in memory of internet connections gone by for folks like me who now enjoy the benefits of a broadband connection but miss some of the sights and sounds of dial-up. Apologies to people still on dial-up you'll find the download on the sound file intolerably slow not to mention totally unecessary.
Head over to the Tit & Shovel to take part in Manly's pub quiz. Entries close this Friday, or Friday the 14th October, whichever comes first.
How can something as a simple as a little cloth bunny make you smile and think "I must have one of those"? Strange. If you could get whatever it is in a bottle and sell it you'd be rich [via Daisy]. Also on the subject(ish) of bunnies the current number one song at the Korean Yahoo! for kids features singing and dancing carrots and is well worth a look.
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This story cheered me up on a dreary Monday... A ten year old boy goes missing, the police are called, one search and rescue operation, including full house to house investigation and overhead helicopter, later, boy turns up under bed fast asleep in a makeshift camp behind a cardboard box. The best part being (other than him being safe and well of course) he was still fast asleep when they found him. Respect.
Up late last night I saw a television advert that I didn't quite believe to the extent that I had to check on-line today to see if I remembered it right. Fortunately I did. See the ubiquitous and irritating LLB (LLB = Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen for those lucky enough not to know) undergo stain torture at the hands of the awsome Adam & Joe, all to see if Surf can remove stains from ridiculous clothes.