Monthly Archives: March 2007

Website design for a florist company

On the weekend a friend asked me how to go about doing a website for her company. She doesn’t know the first thing about the internet so I suggested that I’d could come up with something for her. So I’ve … Continue reading

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Vitamin C content in Ribena

GlaxoSmithKline, the company that makes Ribena, advertised that Ribena has 4 times the amount of vitamin C that orange juice has. Two girls in NZ did a quick science experiment to determine exactly what the content was. And how much … Continue reading

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GeoMob

Danish geocacher, Ninasger, has posted a message on the GeoCaching Denmark forum about GeoMob! I can’t understand a word of it, but still, it’s cool. All I need to find now is a Danish -> English online translator. The only … Continue reading

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cache finds

On the weekend we found our second webcam cache. These have proven to be tricky, often involving standing in a spot for half an hour while talking on the phone to someone to try to get our picture taken. Not … Continue reading

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rss feed fixed up

Clicking on the feed will now take you directly to the article! Why don’t you try bookmarking the rss feed using google reader, bloglines or your web browser?

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Geocaching Australian record

After our find last night we have now gone 26 consecutive days in a row finding a cache! Hooray! The previous records are: 25 days – If (9 Aug 06 – 2 Sep 06) 23 days – dak’s Emu Mob … Continue reading

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ipods, quicktime, itunes, hard disks and XP

Last week Ellen went and bought a super cool new iPod shuffle. Very cheap, absolutely tiny and great audio quality. There’s one problem. You have to use iTunes to copy music onto it. Could I install iTunes on my computer? … Continue reading

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