Monthly Archives: June 2009
Unmasking an anonymous blogger can ruin your reputation and threaten your career This from (supposed) journalist Anna Mikhailova in a sob story about how things were made difficult for her by the blogasphere after ‘outing’ Zoe from Girl with a … Continue reading
Seven days, close to 2000 miles traveled, around 50 units of alcohol consumed (cheap vino and cartons of sangria for a quid was just too tempting) and more calories than even my poor body could cope with without putting on … Continue reading
Off here for a week. Wine and sun, here I come…
ARhrrrr – augmented reality shooter.
It’s clever and yet still so simple – Corrupted-Files.com. “It will take your professor several hours if not days to notice your file is “unfortunately” corrupted. Use the time this website just bought you wisely and finish that paper!!!”
Booze goes to your head in 6 minutes. Pfft, they needed scientists to tell them that. A long day, little food and a pint leaves me feeling a little squiffy after 5…
Article by Belle de Jour on the recent unmasking of NightJack by the Times. Half of work know about this place anyway so not an issue for me but still worrying….
I think the best way to sum up the new proposed 50p ‘tax’ on landline users in order to pay for fast broadband for all was a comment I read on one of the many stories about it. “They are … Continue reading