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Posts from 01st Jun 2005 to 30th Jun 2005.
Arrrgh Crap
   at 16:24 on Tue 28th June 2005


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by Mac at 17:26 on 28th Jun 2005
niiiiiice one... :D

by Evil Rich at 18:06 on 28th Jun 2005
Um, I'm pretty sure you did pick up rather unusual habits at University. :) There was the blue hair for a start. And the balloon thing. Oh, and all the cooking: Bacon jam, wok cakes, and the BIG chocolate cake. And that's just off the top of my head! Being unusual *is* one of your habits...

Coldplay - Crystal Palace
   at 10:33 on Tue 28th June 2005


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Results
   at 10:18 on Tue 28th June 2005


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Warning All Uni Students
   at 10:33 on Thu 23rd June 2005


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by Evil Rich at 17:03 on 23rd Jun 2005
Ha! I learned that lesson the hard way on my gap year. Ironing board, bed, and kitchenware were the worst. Big plastic boxes are a fantastic invention, as is eBay for the things you can't be arsed to take with you.

Moving Home
   at 08:58 on Wed 22nd June 2005


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Tonight
   at 19:52 on Sat 18th June 2005


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Doctor Who
   at 18:00 on Sat 18th June 2005


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The End
   at 09:31 on Mon 13th June 2005


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by Mac at 17:20 on 13th Jun 2005
Maaan, I wish I was going to the grad ball now. Oh well, it just wouldn't be right going when I'm not graduating. :)

I feel much happier now I've finished exams too - I'm a right miserable bastard when I'm busy :)

by Noctu at 18:49 on 13th Jun 2005
10 DRINK MORE YOU BASTARD.
20 GO TO 10

Erm. Yes. Hooray! You are teh finished. Now come and entertain me in Bournemouth. In other words, give me a reason to clean my room again. It's an utter shithole now, mainly because I haven't touched it in the best part of two weeks.

Aside from to add to the beer collection, anyway. Now, drink more. MORE.

You shall obey.


by Noctu at 18:50 on 13th Jun 2005
Oh. Incidentally.

Download was fucking great. That is all.

Drink. More.

by Noctu at 18:50 on 13th Jun 2005
...

Whee. I posted two posts in quick succession, only to see them spread out on either side of Mac's post like... spready things.

Yes.

Sin
   at 06:55 on Wed 8th June 2005


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Final Full Day...
   at 22:34 on Tue 7th June 2005


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Advanced Networks
   at 20:59 on Mon 6th June 2005


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Childrens TV
   at 09:22 on Sat 4th June 2005


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by Matt at 08:49 on 05th Jun 2005
Haha. It was filmed as a special for the casts Christmas party, according to the website and was never intended for public broadcast. It's really rather special! :)

by Gordon at 18:45 on 05th Jun 2005
aha. I missed that bit of text at the bottom. They didn't go out of their way to point it out - it did seem a little too ridiculous :)

by Chris at 22:14 on 11th Jun 2005
That german dudes the best on the ministry of mayhem. Legend!

Shock
   at 10:23 on Fri 3rd June 2005


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Wikipedia
   at 21:15 on Thu 2nd June 2005


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by Mac at 22:07 on 02nd Jun 2005
It's not interesting. amorphous computing is ace (Adhoc etc) and the rest is bordeoms-ville.

by Matt at 07:37 on 03rd Jun 2005
I realise now that perhaps I was a little over-excited. True, the whole amorphous stuff is great, that's why it was the basis of my project. My excuse is I was tanked up on caffine!

by Gordon at 11:28 on 03rd Jun 2005
Hey, I know its not entirely in the spirit of your blog, but are you going to put your project online? We also need a network gaming day again - for old times sake ;)

by Rich at 11:37 on 03rd Jun 2005
did you find the spanning-tree protocol article on wikipedia?

First the root must be selected. By ID, it is elected...

great poem.

by Matt at 11:51 on 03rd Jun 2005
Nope, didn't read about spanning tree really. Good job too, since it'd have been a waste of my time.. didn't appear in the exam. But yet, nice poem. :)

by Gordon at 14:50 on 03rd Jun 2005
The project looks awesome - why is it that all your work looks far more fun than mine? ;) I seriously hope there's going to be more cool hardware stuff from Kloopy.com. Did you use an in-circuit programmer, or did you do it the hard way? - I bought a PIC 18f devkit around christmas time, but haven't had a chance to use it yet.. Anyway, netsess sounds cool at yours - I come past hitchin pretty often and should be moving back to cam in the next 6 months

by Matt at 10:11 on 06th Jun 2005
I did it the hard way. The in-circuit programmer part of my programmer didn't work. When I had very little time to finish the thing I chose to do it the hard way than waste time working out how to get the in-circuit bit working.

And the hardware is better than the report. I really don't like the report, it's the first technical document I've written and I'm not proud of it.

Me and Exams
   at 21:40 on Wed 1st June 2005


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Live 8
   at 15:43 on Wed 1st June 2005


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by James at 19:01 on 01st Jun 2005
Except more aid is probably not the answer and regeme change might help alot of them more.