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Radiohead Ready for Download

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As of today you can download the new Radiohead album, In Rainbows, where you choose the price. This follows the bands recent decision to ditch the iTunes store in order to keep their album complete. Go listen!

Posted on Oct 10, 2007 at 09:21:58.

Severn Barrage - A bad idea?

Also relates to Science

Important information on the Severn Barrage that the politicians probably didn't want you to know!

The Severn Barrage - A Barrage of Misinformation

Posted on Oct 08, 2007 at 22:54:03.

Apple Delivery - How Long!

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What is it with Apple's delivery services? I ordered my Touch last Thursday once I was pretty confident the screen issues had been resolved thinking that within a week I would have this fine piece of technology in my hands. But oh no! Despite apparently being shipped on 29th September, the delivery date was forecast to be between 5th and 10th October. I remember my iMac rocked up in record time so took these estimates with a pinch of salt but occasionally I have been checking the shipment status to see how things are going along. Since Tuesday the status has reported In transit to final destination - carrier details to be updated shortly. Fine! But today one thing has changed - the estimated delivery date has been changed to 11th October!? Not a range of dates just Thursday 11th.

So it will take 14 days in total to deliver a teeny package. Where is this final destination - the moon?

I wait in hope that it will arrive earlier but this is a really poor service! Come Apple UK, sort out those couriers please. I guess I shouldn't grumble since I won't be flashing my Touch around the place until the Griffin Reflect hits the streets.

Posted on Oct 04, 2007 at 17:15:06.

Classic Ice Cream Delivery

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Recently at my mate Dom's wedding we saw the unveiling of his inlaws vintage 1950 Morris J Type Commercial Ice Cream Van. Tominey's City Ices made traditional Italian Ice Cream from 1930 for approximately 60 years. Now Dom has joined forces with Damian Tominey to revive a classic piece of national heritage in the form of icecream served in the traditional way. A great and novel addition to any event, so if you are looking for something fun for your next event check them out!

Posted on Dec 21, 2005 at 15:15:36.

UK2K Up For Grabs

Also relates to Surfing

Back in 2001, I joined forces with Donny at Still Stoked Longboard Skates to cut more than 50 hours of surfing, skating and travel footage aroung the British Isles into the 2 hour feature UK2K, A New Wave Rising. The film was the first pure British Longboarding film to be released in the modern era of longboard surfing, and following some rave reviews it rapidly became a cult classic.

It is hard to recommend a film that I was actively involved in making, but even now I find it as watchable as the first time the entire cut was run, backed by an impressive soundtrack - and an entertaining interlude featuring myself and fellow bore riders! If you missed it the first time round, one of the original copies of A New Wave Rising, which are now becoming very rare, is currently available to bid on at Ebay.

Posted on Nov 14, 2004 at 22:08:37. [Comments for UK2K Up For Grabs- 0]

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