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December2005

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

31December2005

Saw Narnia with the cousins yesterday; the kids all enjoyed it so they're obviously doing something right. But a few […]

Updates

29December2005

Am currently in England with Jenni and David and the cousins. Didn't get all the editing finished on my project […]

Casablanca

19December2005

All I can say is: the is the first 'classic' I've _ever_ seen that I've actually enjoyed. Entertaining, and well […]

Search Term Spam

17December2005

Time for some more bizarre and completely irrelevant search terms; these are just some of the ways people have found […]

Public Schooling, Religion, A Manifesto

17December2005

a few thoughts on public schooling… a lot to do with religion and state stuff 1. public schools SHOULD NOT […]

My Snow Coloured Dreams

15December2005

The year in France is coming to its end, and Reims is getting quiet. The five Aussies just had a […]

Australian Identity and Online Writing

11December2005

Warning: Essay follows; this is what happens when the brain dumps core A couple of events have recently got me […]

Dumping Core

11December2005

Ok, brain is full, desperately need to dump core to make space… Been doing lots of reading, thinking about all […]

Mysterious Packages Part II

11December2005

or, More Reasons to Worship the Internet Following-up my previous post, and with pictures… We tried the Stormhoek Shiraz at […]

What I Want From the Future

08December2005

This started life inside my head as a gadget wishlist, but it relates to a few other things. Anyway, for […]

Mysterious Packages

03December2005

Couple of days ago found a DHL sticker on my letterbox, saying they'd tried to deliver a package. Had absolutely […]

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

02December2005

Saw the new Potter movie last night. It's been a long time since I read the book (ie, not since […]

The Universal Library

02December2005

A follow-up of sorts to Turing's Cathedral from George Dyson. The Universal Library talks about some of the implications of […]