Escape From The Coolsonian
And now a round up of some of the point'n'click-ery that's been keeping me occupied recently. First up some scary scooby doo capers in the escape from the coolsonian, and if that isn't enough try some horror on the high seas. Yoinks!

Entry 890, Monday, July 5th 2004, Filed In Games
Rating(53%)Comments(20)

The essential guide to the perfect English summer - how to mix the perfect pimms - and if you're feeling lazy all bar one are currently running a pimms menu - half a dozen or so varieties at 12 quid a jug. Highly recommended [link via the infamous jules, all bar one research all my own work].

Entry 889, Monday, July 5th 2004, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

Fishouse
Super-nice flash design, and insane music, at fishouse.

Entry 888, Monday, July 5th 2004, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

After months of curious night-time incidents in the lazylaces household all is now explained in this article regarding that most terifying of urban creatures, The Beer Monkey. The only question now is how do I get rid of this creature's unwelcome attentions? I'm thinking a big bunch of bananas won't do the trick. Any suggestions?

Entry 887, Monday, July 5th 2004, Filed In Stuff
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Deepfried Penguin Posse
Mr Malibu and the Deepfried Penguin Posse Vrs. El Flamingo.

Entry 886, Monday, June 28th 2004, Filed In Games
Rating(49%)Comments(10)

You have to do my regular commute to really appreciate this, you wouldn't believe how much of my life is wasted stuck on trains around Clapham Junction. Anyway for all you London commuters out there:

The mystery of the "missing million men" which census takers had calculated must exist but were unable to locate seems to have been solved.

Despite assertions from some quarters that most of the absent males were clubbing in Ibiza, investigators following up reports of stalled and slow-moving trains in the Clapham Junction area around the time of the census have now determined that most of this million was stuck on South West Trains' services...

Entry 885, Monday, June 28th 2004, Filed In Stuff
Comment(1)

Le Bureau d'Anode & Cathode
Soon there won't be on-line games which don't involve escaping a room (okay, an office in this case) with lots of point'n'clicking. I'm running out of ways to describe these things, but I'm still loving them. Nice graphics, shame about the lack of audio, in Le Bureau. By the way, I'm escapee #1882 apparently. What's your number? [ta Incog Neato].

Entry 884, Wednesday, June 23rd 2004, Filed In Games
Rating(52%)Comments(131)

B.O.O.K
There's a new technology that will simply amaze you. Bio Optical Organized Knowledge (B.O.O.K.) is wireless, spam-free, and it doesn't need a mouse! [at trailervision]

Entry 883, Wednesday, June 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff
Comments(2)

Lullaby
Ultra cool looping flash animation [via op-pop].

Entry 882, Wednesday, June 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff
Comments(6)

What temperature will you be baking at on the tube tomorrow? A commuters' guide to cooking temperatures [via minor 9th].

Entry 881, Wednesday, June 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff
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You Don't Have To Be Posh
*chuckle* [via kontraband]

Entry 880, Wednesday, June 23rd 2004, Filed In Stuff
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4 - 2
On the upside, a tense 90 minutes saw England go through to the quarter finals this evening. Mr. Rooney we salute you. Not a normal football fan, lazylaces was glued to his television set for the whole match, well for those sections he wasn't 2 foot off the sofa screaming at the top of his voice. Job well done.

Entry 879, Monday, June 21st 2004, Filed In Stuff
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