Monthly Archives: January 2006

Googlewhacking

Back in the beginning …. ———————————————– Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 16:56:03 +1000 From: Darren Robertson Subject: A new sport is born (?) To: … http://www.unblinking.com/heh/googlewhack.htm 🙂 ———————————————– And not too long after …. ———————————————– Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 … Continue reading

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Travelling

Looking for some travel inspiration? Or maybe an escape from your desk over lunchtime? Now as well as TravelBlog and the Thorn Tree, you can head to the Blue List. What is the Bluelist? [Lonely Planet] You know when someone … Continue reading

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Welcome in the year of the Dog

Gongxi facái At midnight on 28 January 2006, the Chinese Year of the Green Rooster (Wooden and Metal Rooster) will end and the Chinese community in Australia will welcome in the Year of the Red Dog (Fire and Metal Dog). … Continue reading

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Australian Daylight Savings Changes

Now this a very stealthy *gotcha!* The patch requires removal after DST ends The patch will need to be re-applied IF the machine is “repaired” or service patched Outlook issues caused by the DST changes are *Evil* ! Australian Daylight … Continue reading

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Paper, Scissors, Rock?

Russian intelligence officers accuse British agents of planting a transmitter in an fake rock on a Moscow street. Russia accuses UK of spying, rights bodies worried Richard Balmforth, January 23, 2006 [The Age] MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia accused Britain on … Continue reading

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Wartook now under threat?

(Bushfires) The holiday house in Wartook is looking a tad precarious, this morning’s 774 ABC road closures included Roses Gap Road – CLOSED which leads into the North of Wartook. Firefighters race to beat heat January 24, 2006 [The Age] … Continue reading

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Would you like a thumb-drive with those schools shoes? Cool for school Lia Timson, January 21, 2006 [The Age] Children will soon be back at school and will carry much more than books and a new pencil case in their … Continue reading

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