Declare all out war in the battle of the living room with a remote control jammer. Guaranteed to start more arguments that it resolves.

Aside: This is the first link I've submitted, and had accepted, at the fabulous gizmodo.

Entry 870, Thursday, June 10th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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I'm already using windowblinds to give my Windows XP apps a nice Mac-esque brushed metal look, but Engadget's guide to turning your PC into a Mac is much more comprehensive in it's approach. It should be enough to fool even the greatest Mac-o-phile, until you hit your next BSOD. Of course I've abandoned this kind of malarky since I started runnning an iMac alongside my PC - if you have the means I highly recommend it (or if, like me, you can get hold of one cheap/free).

Entry 869, Thursday, June 10th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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X Bound
An infuriatingly addictive circular version of arkanoid.

Entry 868, Wednesday, June 9th 2004, Filed In Games
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So you're net savvy, you've seen emotion eric, but have you seen who's lurking in the background of his football game? Subtle Strong Bad goodness, yeh! [originally via op-pop, I think].

Entry 867, Wednesday, June 9th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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Don't Panic
The most eagerly awaited film on a utterly insignificant little blue green planet far out in the backwaters of the unfashionable end of the Western Spiral arm of the Galaxy.

Entry 866, Tuesday, June 8th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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GmailMany thanks to the kind person (you know who you are) who invited me on to the Gmail Beta test programme. I've only been tinkering with it for a little while but already I'm impressed. The way e-mail conversations get displayed is simple and really very effective, and obviously the search capability is excellent (although I've only used a tiny drop of the 1Gb of space, so there's not much to search yet). The only disappointing aspect so far is the lack of Opera support, but hey it works with Firefox so it's not too bad. My most desired feature, not yet in place, is the ability to pick up mail from POP accounts so I can use the same search functionality with them; the rumour is that's this is going to happen so I look forward to that. I'll probably post some more on Gmail when I've tinkered a bit more, but the initial reaction is a big thumbs up.

Entry 865, Tuesday, June 8th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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Someday On The Misty Island

Entry 864, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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The 10 best Internet fads - a look back at what made the internet worth surfing. Some classics I'm sure you'll remember, don't click on the hampster dance link or you'll be singing it for weeks again, I can't believe all your base only made number 3, but all in all a nice little trip down memory lane.

Entry 863, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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Rocketman
Another short adventure from the same people who brought you Samorost and the Quest For The Rest.

Entry 862, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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Mini CoopReaders of old will know of my un-natural love for my Mini Coop (well not that un-natural, you with the filthy mind) so a big shout out of thanks to op-pop for not one, but two, Mini links just for me. First a most excellent comic strip from pvp, which is even more excellent for the subtle Ferris Bueller (apologies if this qualifies me as a movie slut, but this still ranks as my favourite film ever) reference. Second up an on-line review of the upcoming Cooper and Cooper S convertibles which really tug at my purse strings but I really can't. I'm having trouble justifying why I even need my current car given that I get the train virtually everywhere, but it would be nice. Very nice.

Entry 861, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Diary
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I Love Your Country
Inter-country loving [ta daisy].

Entry 860, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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With My Reputation?I'm working out of the office tomorrow, down near the coast, which given the weather forecast should be lovely. What's really tickling my fancy though is that I'm going back to college, not to learn, but as an Intranet consultant (*yawn*), so I'm going to be in a building packed full of 18 year girls. I'm walking around the flat saying out loud, in my best 13th Duke of Wybourne voice, "Me? Consulting with 18 year old girls? With my reputation?".

Entry 859, Monday, June 7th 2004, Filed In Diary
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