Windows 7 for your home PC perhaps?
My Collegues have got me a £70 Amazon voucher as a leaving present. The thing is I'm having great difficulty finding what to spend it on.
Windows 7 for your home PC perhaps?
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New Chair for the EduGod HimSelf?
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I have a chair lined up
What about iPod earhones?
Not in-ear BTW!
you could get a iPod Dock?
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alan-d (30th July 2009)
A decent book. The new live your life with 100 things book sounds interesting.
Or "Lovely Bones" Alice Sebold, good book.
Babylon 5 Series Box Set!
Well if Ric's taking that stance:
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Get a binary clock...............they are amazing!!
Got one for the head of IT as a birthday present and have even foxed the PAT guys with it this week!!
"What does this device do??"................most frequently heard comment about it.........followed by an explanation of how it works to just about every member of staff!!
Binary clock, what a good idea. Mind you, I's just spend all day looking at the flashing lights. It's like when you open a switch cabinet and just have to spend a few seconds staring at all of the flashing lights
Maz (1st August 2009)
[ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mortal-Engines-Quartet/dp/140711137X/"]Mortal Engines Quartet[/ame]
Absolutely brilliant series of books that are far too good for the older children that they are purportedly aimed at. Set in a steampunk world where tracked cities chase and devour each other, the books follow Tom and Hester through various adventures up to a stunning climax.
Why a merely "OK" writer like JK Rowling is huge while Reeve isn't is one of the mysteries of life. His Larklight series and the prequel to "Engines", along with his revisionist take on Arthurian legend are also well worth seeking out.
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