Picard Song
Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise....er that's it.

Entry 829, Tuesday, May 4th 2004, Filed In Stuff

Viridian Room (AKA Crimson Room 2)
I'm too darn busy to post anything, but I had to make an exception here. Take your phone off the hook and put your life on hold, the sequel to Crimson Room is here in the form of the Viridian Room. I'm only just working my way through it now, but feel free to start up a help forum in the comments to this thread as before. My one top tip so far is to peak through the keyhole to see part 1. *joy*

Update: The site doesn't seem to be up the whole time, it must be getting a lot of hits, if you can't reach the game first time around try again later.

Spoiler: See the comments for this post for help, alternatively you can find a full Viridian Room walkthru over at nordinho.

Entry 828, Wednesday, April 28th 2004, Filed In Games

Conversation Catcher
Don't have any decent conversations of your own? Well don't bother developing any social skills, simply use a conversation catcher to sneak in on other people lives. All for the low, low price of £7.95. Espionage has never been so cheap.

Entry 827, Monday, April 26th 2004, Filed In Stuff

St George's Day
Have a good St George's Day my fellow English folk.

Entry 826, Friday, April 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff

Excellent browser news du jour: Opera 7.5 (Beta) has been released to the world. Will the inclusion of RSS newsfeed support finally mean I get round to doing the coding for this for lazylaces? Could be...

Entry 825, Friday, April 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff

What On Earth?
Hmmm...Google's homepage today tells me it's "Earth Day". No, I'd never heard of it either. Searching through the links I find it's "a global holiday to celebrate the wonder of life on our planet" (source: earthsite.org). Sounds like quite a nice thing to do. So happy enjoying the wonder of life everybody. Back to the usual grind tomorrow though.

Entry 824, Thursday, April 22nd 2004, Filed In Stuff

Shopping At The BigMart
Just another quiet night at the BigMart [a stinkytoon].

Entry 823, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Stuff

The Amazing Patate
France is well known throughout Europe for it's singing potatoes.

Entry 822, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Stuff

Kill Bill
Another game with a heavy dose of frantic keyboard gymnastics, this time though it's blood-thirsty work with some mass-slaughter to get through, rather than mere arson. Isn't that nice? [via ritilan].

Entry 821, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Games

Honesty Stamps
For modern folks with lots to apologise for, or confess, but with no time to do it, some honesty stamps should come in handy [via reenhead].

Entry 820, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Stuff

Streets Of Fire
Streets Of Fire is a fast paced platform game, the playing of which is a sure-fire (*groan*) way of breaking your cursor keys. The idea of the game is simple: burn everything burnable on the screen, until you need a new keyboard and/or fingers, whilst listening to equally hectic techno [at mausland].

Entry 819, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Games

Robot World
Altogether now: "Adults are children with money..."

Entry 818, Tuesday, April 20th 2004, Filed In Stuff

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