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    Yep, love the stuff! I've used it to improve light switches; and fix: a car keyfob, lid on a mini kitchen bin and, combined with Lego, the access...
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    Postal staff working in dangerous areas wear chainmail. I watched a man crawl out of a building, crying, covered in strands of wool. I thought,...
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    Me and this other bloke fought over the last roll of grass in the garden centre. It was a real turf war. I wanted to make my garden more...
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    All computers at the seaside are connected via a Pier-to-Pier network. Kids going on school trips to the seaside are told not to bury their Head...
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    I think one of the contributing factors is that the rates have been increased so high (probably unfairly) that many customers who were once able to...
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    17th June 2014, 03:56 PM
    My free and open source room booking system, Classroombookings, might be something to look at as well. It will easily support a recurring bookings...
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Snowfall closes Britain

by webman on 3rd February 2009 at 08:58 AM
Reportedly the coldest weather to hit the Great British Isles in donkey’s years, the country was brought to a stand-still due to adverse conditions. The cold weather front was sent from Russia with love, presumably because they felt sorry for us with the continuing economic crisis we’re facing, and wanted to give us something else to whinge about.

What I’m talking about readers, is snow. A fellow associate describes this English phenomenon as, "that thing the weather does where

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2009: Apple unveil iPod Grain

by webman on 10th September 2008 at 10:37 AM
At an exclusive product unveiling today (just 3 months since the last iPod hit the shelves), Steve Jobs of Apple announced they have developed and are about to release the smallest iPod to date. The iPod Grain, as the name implies, is about the size of a grain of sand. The new addition to the music player line-up from the Jesus Phone maker comes with a non-expandable 1TB of flash memory for all your songs.

Speaking of songs, the Grain exclusively plays formats in Apple's proprietary

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