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Friday, 24 June 2005

broken

Well, everything's a lot cooler around the house now that the rain has finally come - the sky has been grey all day, sapping the warmth but not the humidity from the place, so it's still a little uncomfortable to be, well, anywhere.

Fortunately Ella and Christopher don't seem to be bothered too much by thunder and lightning, so the occasional flashes and rumbles were practically unnoticed.

Hopefully the general (typical British?) climate will resume some kind of stability over the next week - I've got some time off work, spending it with Beth and the children. So if you don't see anything from me for a little while, you'll know why - I've gone into (much needed!) internet exile for a few days...

Links of the day

  • www.sensiblesundays.co.uk : I came across this website by chance - Kid Carpet is playing at the same venue (except during the week). It sounds really chilled, friendly and yet entertaining; I'm going to have to go to one of these events - perhaps even put a small open mike set together?

  • www.urbangolf.org : now this is my kind of sport. Hitting tennis balls around town with a golf club? Great fun!
  • www.jaguarurbangolf.co.uk : and now you can play it on-line. Which has annoyed the urban golf chaps - isn't it always the way that advertising executives make good use of the internet, though? rathergood.com have done quite well out of it, mind...

  • www.ip2location.com/free.asp : slightly different to the whois.co.uk, and the really handy Demon.net DNS tools, with this site you can find out who owns an IP address and where they are - great for looking through logs.

Posted by james at June 24, 2005 10:00 PM


 
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