Here’s all the online crap I’ve found interesting in July: The Story of My Sands – A look at the codewords used over tannoy systems. I well remember a Mr Sands on Brighton Pier and Somerfield. Heavens Above. Calculates where satellites and the ISS will appear in the sky. Apparently … Continue reading
Are you a budding economist? If so you’ll find this study of alcohol content vs price very interesting. Cider is the clear winner. Or a budding installation artist? Take a look at Lars-Erik Fisk’s VW Bus Ball. No, you fancy starting a company, right? Better choose a good name for … Continue reading
Call me a pessimist but after looking at all the proposed major developments suggested for Brighton I think we’ll be lucky if we even see one of them actually be built. Falmer Stadium, The i-360, Frank Gehry’s Buildings and the Marina Developments should all be built. Brighton has always prided … Continue reading
No, this isn’t a post about Allo Allo, just a collection of some rants I’ve seen on the net recently. We all love a good moan and here are some of the latest. Warren Ellis took a well deserved shot at the inane celebrations of St Patrick’s Day by people … Continue reading
Lets all hope that West Ham manage to secure Matthew Upson from Birmingham by the end of the day. We need him. Oh, and Shawn Wright Phillips from Chelsea would be nice! Thank you to Shilpa Shetty for galvanising the nation in its fight against bitchy z-list celebrities. And for … Continue reading
17 days to go till the launch of the Nintendo Wii. Here’s a BBC article on the new console. Why not smash it up in front of all the other people queing for their new console, as can be seen at The Register. They did the same last week with … Continue reading
This is quite facinating.
Learn a little more about the geography of Iran for the upcoming strategic missile strikes with this handy BBC map. Keeping with the politics: The American Empire for Dummies. The athiest’s nightmare. God invented bananas for man as can be seen in this video. It’s so true. Where’s my nearest … Continue reading