Monthly Archives: July 2005

National Tree Day

NATIONAL TREE DAY – Sunday 31st July National Tree Day is Australia’s biggest community tree-planting event. Each year on National Tree Day, people are encouraged to plant trees and shrubs that are native to their local area. Planet Ark set … Continue reading

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Narnia

Today was ‘come as a book character’ for school. Kira decided (after listening to the first 4 audiobooks of the Narnia Chronicles) to go as Lucy from Narnia. This also meant that Tracy had to whip up a *fur coat* … Continue reading

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Kira’s Birthday

Kira’s birthday party this evening; Pizza & Ribs followed by ‘Birthday Cake’ So now, mum’s not the only one with a new bike 🙂

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System Administrator Appreciation Day

System Administrator Appreciation Day 6th Annual – Friday – July 29th, 2005 ( Celebrated annually on last Friday of July ) Friday, July 29th, 2005, is the 6th annual System Administrator Appreciation Day. On this special international day, give your … Continue reading

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Google Moon – Google Map “Hybrid”

Welcome to Google Moon In honor of the first manned Moon landing, which took place on July 20, 1969, we’ve added some NASA imagery to the Google Maps interface to help you pay your own visit to our celestial neighbor. … Continue reading

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2005 Billy Cart Derby

Well, it has been run-and-won for 2005 A great turn up from both the District, and our Pack (with one of our carts coming in 3rd! We had 3 carts running for Gellibrand, with one retiring during the day. Generally … Continue reading

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Follow the Bouncing Malware

From the SANS Handler’s Diary July 20th 2005 (Handler on Duty: Tom Liston) …  Follow the Bouncing Malware VII: Afterglow Disclaimer: Let’s face it: not everyone is smart. There are some people in this world that can best be described … Continue reading

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