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Monthly Archives: September 2005
Reporters Without Borders have a handbook downloadable or viewable on their website on blogging aimed at political dissidents and the like, offering advice on staying anonymous along with the usual stuff: Blogs get people excited. Or else they disturb and … Continue reading
The three of us went for a trip to Ironbridge, near Telford, with my parents a couple of weekends ago, and a fun time was had by all. More photos on my flickr page.
My quietness of late is largely down to the massive amount of work I have been putting into Palimpsest, head over there and take a look for yourself. Basically, the old phpBB forum software just wasn’t up to the job. … Continue reading
We have got a kitten! She is called Purdy. Here she is with her friend Cranky.