Archives for August, 2006

another nigerian spam

From: [email protected] Subject: Invitation to act as Next-of-Kin Date: 1 October 2000 09:15:28 BDT To: undisclosed-recipients:; Reply-To: [email protected] From the Desk: Barrister. Thomas Cole. Thomas Cole & partners. 25 Wilson Road Olodi Apapa Lagos- Nigeria. Private / Highly Confidential Subject Matter: Invitation to act as Next-of-Kin Good day to you, I presume this letter will […]

things that are difficult to say while drunk

a) Innovative b) Preliminary c) Proliferation d) Cinnamon Things that are VERY difficult to say when you’re drunk… a) Specificity b) British Constitution c) Passive-aggressive disorder d) Transubstantiate Things that are ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to say when you’re drunk… a) Thanks, but I don’t want to sleep with you. b) Nope, no more booze for me. […]

flickr and maps

Those lovely people over at flickr have integrated geotagging and yahoo maps into the organiser function. Very nice integration. Well if you live in the US it is. If you live in say London… You might have more of a problem. Yahoo maps just simply doesn’t cut the mustard for this kind of application. Well […]

AIM and weemee

It’s so cute it defies belief – well okay it’s not and it’s as cute as stor troopers. Remember them? Well If not then maybe this is cute!

web 2.0 to enable semantic mashups

Note 2.0 Self is going all web 2.0 and with that in mind we have a new logo courtesy of the Web 2.0 V2 Logo Creatr (Beta) our business plan is to enable semantic mashups – courtesy of The Web 2.0 Bullshit Generator. We will of course be launching our new portal Seceeno which will […]

changing to wordpress

Please hold caller while we update the site…

Primark undies

The best line out of this weeks Pop Justice? The new-look Blazin’ Squad have rubbish underwear. Someone send a Primark voucher THIS INSTANT. Picture of the boys in their kecks here. I found this particularly amusing as I had been aimlessly wandering around glamoursmith last week when I bumped into a guy from work. He […]

More on AOL Search

Over at they have done an interesting analysis of the clickthru from the AOL search data that was released last week to the fury of privacy rights campaigners and users. A whopping 47% of searches failed to reult in a click thru to a result. I have to say I’m sure this is no […]

Google trends

Mark pointed out some great google trends from their data. I’ve been playing too. How about the answer to the age old question of boxers or briefs? Or how about Mac v PC?

BA having problems flying

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