Strong Bad SoundboardIt's the soundboard we've all been waiting for - the Strong Bad soundboard. Use the soundboard to make Homestar say a certain 7 word phase to crack open the Strong Bad version. I'm not going to spoil anybody's fun if they want to work it out for themselves - but if you just can't work it out - or can't be bothered to work it out (shame on you!) - use the mail link at the bottom of the page and I'll send you the phrase by return.

Entry 134, Sunday, February 2nd 2003, Filed In Stuff

Sign MakerMake your own freeway signs with the java sign maker. It seems to have everything although I don't really understand these US signs particularly well. Just need a UK edition now.

Entry 133, Sunday, February 2nd 2003, Filed In Stuff

On the implausability of the Death Star's trash compactor. Analysis shows that one of my favourite scenes in the original Star Wars film is a load of phooey. This is almost as big an eye opener as when I learnt what was in the briefcase in Pulp Fiction - although that theory turned out to be a load of old tripe.

Entry 132, Friday, January 31st 2003, Filed In Stuff

Pong goes 3D - meets Arkanoid - takes a few bits of Tetris - and creates Smashback - all rather enjoyable really. Could be vastly improved if you had to use paddle controllers but I'm not really sure they would be successful in two dimensions let alone three.

Entry 131, Thursday, January 30th 2003, Filed In Games
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If you browse enough eventually you will reach the end. If you ask me though that's just a good excuse to go back to the beginning...

Entry 130, Thursday, January 30th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Dr ToastDr Toast's amazing world of toast has been a firm favourite for some time now - particularly for the one of the best FAQs anywhere and for the toast haiku - I'm a sucker for a good haiku and these rival the spam haiku which are also a number #1 read.

Entry 129, Thursday, January 30th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Opera 7The full release of Opera 7 - my web browser of choice - is now with us after two Beta incarnations. Favourite things about Opera - multiple pages can be openned within tabbed pages of the same browser session - set favourite bookmarked sites on your own personal toolbar - and check mail and web pages all within one program.

Entry 128, Thursday, January 30th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Just got back in from Manchester - too knackered to post much - but I'd just like to say if you're ever in Manchester visit the superb Baa Bar - my project might not have gone well but I had a good night out in this fab venue. Also - celebrity watch - I saw chef Gordon Ramsey on the flight back to Heathrow. Tomorrow the hectic-ness continues as I'm doing a day of disaster recovery in the Lloyds building.

Entry 127, Wednesday, January 29th 2003, Filed In Diary

SwitchForget the switch campaign - convert your PC to a Mac with one click - I await the 17" laptop running Jaguar edition with baited breath.

Entry 126, Monday, January 27th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Lies, lies and more lies. As if lie of the day wasn't enough how about a whole week of lies or a lie search engine.

Entry 125, Monday, January 27th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Photo journey around Tokyo. One day I will go oh yes...

Entry 124, Sunday, January 26th 2003, Filed In Stuff

Dancing GlenThe incredible dancing Glen - he really does walk like an Egyptian - wiggle the mouse and make him dance.

On a slightly less interactive note you may also want to check out the danceman and his amazing moves - a new dance every day (alledgedly).

Entry 123, Sunday, January 26th 2003, Filed In Stuff

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