Monthly Archives: June 2007

inaccuracies in paris hilton interview

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email spam

I get a lot of spam to this address. All of it is rubbish, except today I actually got one that is perhaps worth keeping: From: “Tonia Hootie” (ploppinghuffier@mailhouse.com.tw) Hello my friend! I am ready to kill myself and eat … Continue reading

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stop motion figurines

I’ve started making a couple of wire “armatures” – thingamies that you use to build up a creature to animate. From this, you can add clay, or foam or whatever you want to make a model. I’ve got absolutely no … Continue reading

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Closed captioning for videos and broadband for australia

Last night I had the idea of doing subtitles for my stop motion video clip. But instead of showing the song’s subtitles, I could do like a commentary for the video, because there’s a lot of interesting info to be … Continue reading

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Programming an app on the new iPhone would suck, but not according to Steve Jobs

Ed Burnette writes on his blog that the developer support for the new iPhone is not exactly what Steve Jobs was making it out to be. Apparently Jobs was doing his best to hype up the programmability of the iPhone … Continue reading

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Doctor Who’s? – Pertwee or Troughton?

On the weekend I watched “The Claws of Axos” and “The Three Doctors”, both on DVD. The Claws of Axos is a 4 part story with Jon Pertwee as the doctor and Katy Manning as his assistant. The basic plot … Continue reading

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