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Monday, March 31, 2003

Anyway, I`m ill and I`m going home... sorted the font out on this page though....
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 31, 2003


Well everything has changed... especially the index page and this blog page. Still a lot of work to do on it - including getting the roating ads to work again :-(

Had this bizarre thought - I wonder if I updated this less (well smaller chunks anyway) it would be more readable ??
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 31, 2003





Saturday, March 29, 2003

Well I`ve got the rotating ads that Justin designed working and I think the page looks much less cluttered.

Now all I have to do is to convert all my webpages over to the new format - I`ve encountered two difficulties.

The first is that I have 115 files to convert.

Now the site design that Justin did helps - it uses "includes" so that changing _sectionheader.shtml changes the header for every page that uses it . However there was still one < TD WIDTH=....... declaration that needed changing in *every* page.

Ultraedit to the rescue - it will do 'global search and replace' across whole directories hallelujah !! 3 key strokes later and 115 files altered.

So the only problem left is that without an FTP client (the 'squid' proxy-server at work forbids it :-( ) I have 115 files to upload :-(

There is a web based FTP client http://www.www2ftp.com/ that will unpack a zipped folder into an FTP space.... unfortuantely it only works intermittently.... I`ll just have to wait until its working again and Then I can do my whole site in a couple of uploads........ great.

(And then debug it - lol)

Funny you say you can see my site. Normally no-one else can see it but I can !! Which is why I think it is a DNS error of some form - there are times when *definitely* some people can access the site (including very recent changesso not a cached version) but some people can`t access it at all. At the moment I can`t see it but I have FTP access to make changes........

Have also just taken apart the broken touch screen on my old Jornada - someone thinks he might be able to get me a replacement touch screen.

I spoke to Hewlett Packard themselves who said a whole replacement screen (LCD plus touch scren) would be seventy pounds (about 100 euros) *BUT* they wouldn`t sell it to me unless I let them fit it which was an extra 59 pounds.......

I then found a website (see a few days ago) saying it was probably just the touch screen on top of the LCD that was broken which would be much cheaper to replace than the whole LCD - if I could get hold of the spare. HP said that *definitely* wouldn`t be the case and the LCD would be broken as well...........

Well I`ve just prised the touch screen off with a stanley knife blade, and guess what - the LCD underneath is fine. Stuff you Hewlett Packard !! Anyway - now I`ve got to post a broken piece of glass to see if this chap can get a replacement for me.....


I`ve got a huge pile of "Jesus Centre" stuff to work through *sigh* and its now only two days till my "break" is over - hurrah......

posted by Mike Foord on Saturday, March 29, 2003





Friday, March 28, 2003

Ouch man...... web design is annoying..... spending hours over the number of spaces you need to insert so that the image appears under the text.... and then oops - this ugly black lines appeared, now where`s that come from ??

Yep - I`m updating voidspace so it doesn`t look quite so ugly.... ;-)

For those who can`t wait the new version is here - the next voidspace..... but seeing as most people can hardly ever get to the site I doubt this will be read *sigh* - yep I`m having severe issues with my web hoster who currently ignores my emails. Looks like I`ll have to relocate. Oh welll, sleep well all - I think I`m going to bed :-)
posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 28, 2003





Thursday, March 27, 2003

Wow man.... I was looking for a link to the 'invisible web' example I used yesterday.... about the microsoft case when some journalists discovered some documents online they weren`t supposed to find by guessing the name. I haven`t found one yet... but I found an interesting reference man...........

This one = http://www.katsuey.com/group8.htm = is a legal resource.

But has lots of links to search engines for information that might otherwise be hidden - looks very interesting.....

Hmmm.. must go and do some work.... had "Aaron the glamorous assistant" in yesterday - which means I need to spend today correcting all his mistakes... lol - he`s not that bad but boy will he be mad when he reads this !!

Anyone ever read Frazz at comics.com ?? - its great ;-)


posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 27, 2003


I`d just like to say that I hear a lot of stuff about spam. People complaining about it, discussing it, discussing ways to get rid of it, suing people who send it blah blah blah....

I don`t have a problem with spam...... I am careful with my email address (but not that careful I have to say....) maybe I`m just lucky but every now and then I get spam.... like once a week maybe..... I also have a yahoo account that I wasn`t so careful with - it gets lots of spam. All of which goes straight into a trash folder thanks to yahoo spam guard.... I hate to be advertising for YAHOO - but it is one hundred percent succesful at recognising spam - truly amazing......
posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 27, 2003





Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Have you ever heard the old argument 'war is a good thing because of the good poetry that comes out of it' - I used to hear something like that in my old English 'A-level' days..... maybe there is something in the human soul that is only brought out by going through suffering (its part of the basis of Christianity actually - the principle of the cross and self-denial) - but wishing suffering on others is a scary thing !!

Anyway - theres an even scarier version going around - 'war is a good thing because of all the good technology that comes out of it'....... that really is scary !! Trouble is its hard not to get caught up in it - those pictures of 1 million dollar missiles being launched and ever more intelligent guidance systems can be fascinating....... but its easy to forget that we are talking about death and mutilation here and to love that sort of thing is gonna twist your soul baby - I guess some people aint gonna want to hear that..... For those that say we are only using war to bring peace (and that still doesn`t excuse a prurient fascination - hey man double points for long words....) - I reply with the words of Martin Luther King - "war is a poor chisel for carving out a peaceful tomorrow," King said. "We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means", 'True peace is not just the absence of tension, it is the presence of justice.'

Hmmm... forgot what else I was gonna say - all that was by way of prelude to this article - the babel fish comes one step closer !! (For those who have never heard of the babel fish - you`re either too young or too foreign to have heard of Douglas Adams and the remarkable guide !! Try looking babel fish up on google and see what you get....).

Anyway - after a huge digression - that article is about a device that will translate from one language to another (like the babel fish - but unlike the babel fish this one doesn`t feed on brain waves) - its a bit rough and you guessed it.... its development is partly due to war.... *sigh* sad isn`t it - mans greatest achievements are driven by a desire to more effectively destroy each other *sigh*

Hmmm.... and on the subject of googling (which we weren`t but hey, I`m way too addicted to these parentheses (which is a long winded word for brackets) they`re very bad practise in writing - and did you know that 'to google' is becoming a word - much to the chagrin (regret and annoyance) of google themselves as they risk losing the trademark... tee hee hee to quote Fiona !!) Anyway - all I`m really trying to say is that All the Web actually spiders more pages than google and so ought to be a better search engine...... google has some nice features though like the images search and the Usenet roups you can search and the fact you can just search UK pages.

There is a website called google-watch that thinks google has some serious privacy issues. They use cookies to gather information on every search you do..... interesting.... That site does an interesting comparison search between google and alltheweb....with not as much overlap as you might think.... hmmm.....

Whilst looking for a page for this I came across this on the invisible web.... information that is accessible from the web... but you`re not meant to find........ I know journalists uncovered details of the court case in the Microsoft case before they were meant to by guessing what the pages would be called..... interesting.....
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 26, 2003





Monday, March 24, 2003

Just doing a testy, posty thingy..... I`m updating the old voidspace blogspot in case people wander across it by mistake...... just pointing them to the real one :-)


Hmmm... and another edity, posty thing to check the settings when I set it back...... (just doubled the page... oops....)
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 24, 2003


Happy monday :-)

Lots of scary stuff to do with the war going on which I promise not to mention ....... *doh*

Anyway - got that *new pda* feeling now I`ve got a replacement for the one I broke........ just enjoying playing solitaire and having a book I can turn on/off or turn the page with the same hand I`m holding it.... and it glows in the dark so I can read with the light off.... lol.... great fun.

I`m fully embroiled in stuff for our Jesus Centre project at the moment - meant to be working on stuff for it but updating this as a 'diversion tactic' - lol. I`m still trying to get a 'mums and toddlers' group going... who put ME in charge of sorting that out.... very silly.....

Full steam ahead with finding premises for a new depot... if we buy somewhere with the work we`d have to do on it, buying a forkliftetc and stock it will cost nearly a million pounds (about 850k including stock the last premises I looked at)..... quite expensive for something that 'seemed like a good idea' at the beginning of the year.... yeeowch... glad its someone elses money !! Seriously though... feeling the weight of it a bit but well looking forward to the responsibility (even the inevitable difficulties that come with it)... still heavily dependent on finding a suitable property in a suitable location.....

Just spent an hour with my Dad on his way up to setting up an exhibition stand... great to spend some time with him......

Break with Delia *nearly* over.... Atlantis great - my flying armoured exploding monkeys are charging along (to quote the mockery of my dippy friend Aaron)........ updated the new players guide by the way to include section two.... ought to be useful to players of Atlantis everywhere and I`m hoping it will generate some traffic for my site. If I ever rewrite Human OS 1.1 that could be quite good too... the opening is truly awful but the end is funky...... *sigh* and I`m translating one of the writings of Dionysius the Aeropagite into readable english. A great piece of writing on Angels but truly inscrutable to yee modern reader......
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 24, 2003





Friday, March 21, 2003

And it makes a change from talking about 'the war' ..... *doh*......
posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 21, 2003


Extraordinarily cool this chappy here has managed to set up blogging by SMS. He's set it up so he can send texts that appear on his blog.... very nice.....
posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 21, 2003


An interesting article on e-bombs here. (said in the same breath after a tirade on the evil of war... does that make me a hypocrite ?? - probably *sigh*). One of these babies could be truly awful in the hands of terrorists in a big city - every electronic device within a certain distance.... melted... freaky - imagine a world without electronic devices.... bizarre......
posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 21, 2003


Wow man - this stuff is seriously scary ..... thermobarbaric bombs - they are seriously evil. YUK war is foul............

Hee hee - I got my PDA back, so now I might even be able to blog on the move.... ( for those of you not up on the jargon - blog just means make posts to this diary thing.....) - as usual just copying Justin (!!) who`s just got himself a sharp Zaurus.... very cool, linux and Java based platform - but it means the number of applications is limited. For once I`m a windows fan :-) pocketpc is perfectly decent. I`m still hoping work will buy me an Axim.....

I ought to hear about the premises for the new depot I looked at... whether or not its going to be suitable and/or possible to get planning permission..... very exciting. (Hey, it is for me alright !!)
posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 21, 2003





Thursday, March 20, 2003

Well, war has started. Pretty heavy man.

I guess I echo what a lot of people think when I say that I don`t feel able to see my way through the fog of arguments for and against this war. I don`t trust Bush and his corporate-oil hungry friends - but then I`m no friend of Saddam either, without a shadow of a doubt he`s an evil evil man and the world will be a better place without him. The only thing we can know with any certainty about the whole affair is that we aren`t being told the whole truth !!

I guess a lot of parents and children in Bagdhad are very scared.... *sigh* ....

Hmmm... makes everything else seem kind of trivial but I`ve got my replacement PDA - just a Jornada 525 like the one I broke. Ahhh baby, I`ve missed you !! I`m also working ona you new Atlantis website based on the voidspace model....... I`ve only put the front page up so far - new Atlantis site.... yesterday I overwrote the Voidspace index page with that - oops..... any visitors will have been well confused. *Ahem* probably not many people then :-) Re-installing windows on my computer to try and get my new CD-RW working.........
posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 20, 2003





Tuesday, March 18, 2003

Just adding a special mention for Fiona of Bournemouth - (mainly 'coz she hassled me into it but shhh... don`t tell her). She was very good company in the late hours of last night whilst I was waiting for the alarm engineer. We chatted on yahoo and she was a very good distraction from actually doing anything useful !!!! Thanx Fiona you`re great :-D
posted by Mike Foord on Tuesday, March 18, 2003


One way to avoid the blue-morning funk is to dream about which gadgets you`d like to own.... :-) some people of course take it too far - here`s someones gadget wish list they`ve posted and it makes for an amusing moment.......
posted by Mike Foord on Tuesday, March 18, 2003





Monday, March 17, 2003

well.... there were two engineers on their way... (did I already say that bit ?? I kinda lost my thread on that last one) .... we managed to head one off at the pass (well - Milton Keynes actually, which is probably worse).

He says are alarm system is so old that the engineers rename them from Genisys to Genocide............... :-)

At least I get to go home soon... is that a good thing ??
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 17, 2003


Well.............. its nearly 11pm and I`m sitting at TBS waiting for an alarm engineer to come. True to form after waiting about 3 hours for one I`ve got a sneaking suspicion two are on their way over............... still thats their problem - *sigh*

The good news is that it means I`m missing a leaders meeting I wasn`t looking forward too - but then thats hardly a good thing....... the main reason I wanted to miss it was to avoid the guy I had an *altercation* with (well... who hacked into me with his proverbial axe anyway)....... I challenged him about it and he thought he was in the right... but I kind of managed to put it in the past anyway...... and then he had another go on Sunday morning !! For goodness sakes man....

Trouble is he gets on this arrogant one and thinks hes the one to put everyone straight.... not that I haven't got issues mind *sigh*

Shame - the leaders meeting are often very inspiring - but I had a harsh few, back in the days when my head was a bit more *ahem* trashed than it is these days.... So I rarely look forward to them - truth is I usually enjoy them when they happen....

Its nice to be able to look back on the *harder* times and see them as being firmly in the past - no matter how hard things get they can`t measure up to what I`ve already been through *sheesh* Still lots of positive things going on........ been over a month since I`ve smoked, nearly completed a weeks fast (had an amazing time on Saturday night....*wow*) and movement on finding premises for a new depot..... scary but cool...... and not long till I get to see Delia again...... can`t be bad :-)
posted by Mike Foord on Monday, March 17, 2003





Saturday, March 15, 2003

Oh yeah... forgot to mention - successful bid on that PDA on ebay - hurrah... except the seller hasn`t replied to my email.... odd......

Next Atlantis turns in... seriously funky stuff going on.... but the north of Echelon is waaaaaaaaay cramped.......
posted by Mike Foord on Saturday, March 15, 2003


Hee hee.........

Short update.......... working on Saturday morning - hurrah.... I actually like it - I work in the offices during the week - customer comes in/phones.... gives me work to do and goes away.

Saturday counter - customer comes in, has chat, buys something and then goes away... much better !! Maybe I`ll just work on the counter in the new depot :-)

Seriously though I`ve been looking at new premises and I found an interesting one (well - Sam Snail saw it actually) and we're investigating all the complexities of whether we`ll be able to get 'change of use' planning permission. The actual building will cost 500 grand.... yeeowch plus the cost of gutting and rebuilding it .... plus 120 grand on the flippin' racking and plant........ flippin' heck..... this has stopped being an interesting project and is becoming seriously serious.......... still want to do it though.........

The alternative of course is to become an IT expert for the UN s peacekeeping force in East Timor..... See the job description here.... ;-)
posted by Mike Foord on Saturday, March 15, 2003





Friday, March 14, 2003

Nothing much to report *sigh* - possibly buying a replacement 525 (for less than HP wouldn`t sell a replacement screen to me for...... *double sigh*).....................

Bid 61 quid and theres only 14 minutes to go............

Anyway - more to the point I`m trying to cut down on dodgy dealing......... guess this doesn`t help but I *have* to replace my PDA - I`ve just missed an appointment with the 'Jesus Centre Operation Subcommittee'.... sounds fancy huh - I`m ssupposed to be setting up a mothers and toddlers group... can you imagine.... ME setting up a mothers and toddlers group (setting up... not actually running it) - but I`m working instead of going to this meeting.............. and I can blame not having a working diary for double booking myself......... that PDA was the *first* diary I`ve ever managed to keep.................

Hmmm.........

For those who might be interested what the heck a Jesus Centre Project might be - check it out at Jesus Centre Webpage Thingy..........

Also updated my Atlantis New Players Guide...... corrected a few errors and made it a bit nicer to look at............ *some day* I might do a slightly more advanced guide........... ho hum..............

posted by Mike Foord on Friday, March 14, 2003





Thursday, March 13, 2003

aaargh..... been dissecting my Jornada 525........... according to gethightech.com (?? spelling ??) if I can still see the screen perfectly.. (which I can) - but not use the stylus - then its probably just the "glass top" above thats broken........

They show instructions on how to take apart a Jornada 520... and they`ll sell a replacement screen for $70 .... which is probably worth it.... if I can get it into the country safely.........

So it could be good news...........

Their uk site is http://www.pdascreens.co.uk/ :-) but they don`t list Jornada on their website :-(..... (that looks like a drooly frown doesn`t it !!)

But seeing as I can`t FTP this 'blog entry' to my site there`s no point in carrying on typing unless some miracle causes it to work................
posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 13, 2003


I feel like a brain transplant.... know what I mean ?

Anyway - you can`t replace the whole thing... but they`re working on bits of it - apparently they can now do your Hippocampus in silicon, whatever that might be. Scary huh ?

Also... how about moving from an oil economy to a hydrogen economoy ? Ok - so the whole system is doomed and corrupt, and so this is like swapping deckchairs on the titanic... but even so its *slightly* interesting :-) Good article anyway....

Hey I managed to a post yesaterday about real-life issues and then in the evening I spoke to the brother who had sliced me to ribbons the day before.... major progress... oh well - life goes on.........
posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 13, 2003


A great dark spot has entered my life.............

Yesterday I broke my PDA........

Don`t know how it happened, it might have been me but I left it in my jacket on the floor at a friends house and it might have been trodden on - anyway the screen is broken and as the Jornada 525 is now discontinued will be more expensive to replace than the unit is worth.

Much sadness.

I may be able to get work to contribute to a new Dell PDA though - 300 mhz...... etc

Dell Axim X5 Handheld Computer

We are looking for wireless computers and this with a 60 quid wireless card looks like the kiddy !! I will have to wait a bit though..... :-(

I will definitely get a hard case for the next one....

On the subject of dark spots - the cassini space probe has discovered a 'feature' on Jupiter bigger than the great red spot. Its dark and they`ve imaginatively called it - the great dark spot........

Have a look on The Great Dark Spot

'The Cassini spacecraft has photographed an extraordinary dark cloud on Jupiter twice as big as Earth itself.'

Cool huh............. these scientist don`t do names very well do they !! For example - what would you call the extraordinary, momentuous, huge, gigantic event that catapulted the whole universe and all of existence into being ?? Scientists came up with..... big ... bang (just marginally more exciting than a little bang I suppose).... Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame suggests renaming it to The Huge Gooey Space Kablooie - which definitely gets my vote.......
posted by Mike Foord on Thursday, March 13, 2003





Wednesday, March 12, 2003

Weeeeeeee - Jen is making a coffee and the archive links are no longer utterly screwy... still a couple of weeks missing but they work and in the light of eternity - what does it matter, to coin a phrase.............
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 12, 2003


Haha - so sorting out archives on blogger is a nightmare..... and now I`ve got odd links on the bottom of the page that either don`t do anything or do odd things.... hurrah.............

Hmmm... I`m in a bad mood.......... some 'mate' (well brother I suppose, we`ve had some good chats from time to time but don`t talk to him very often.........) was an *rsehole to me/about me in a public situation. Quite far from the mark really, oh well. Two issues I suppose, (three, seven - heck, who cares !!) - one he wasn`t malicious and is genuine enough, but two he still does this sort of thing cause he winds himself up and then thinks he`s being spirritual when he`s pretty way out really................ ho hum... hard time forgiving him - don`t think he`s got an issue with me at all - lol - so I`m now the one with issues because I feel hurt...... but the third thing I guess is theres still something I can learn from it.... so oh well... life continues.

Think I need to learn something about forgiveness..... pretty important concept really. I`ve still got issues with a sister who ina hormonal rage really p*ssed me off.. she was way out of order.... but it was like, a month ago..... more in fact - and I still avoid her !!! Hmmm.... hey - I managed to post a blog about some vaguely real issues - cool.

Got my head in a twist about my girlfriend as well - thinking I needed to use the 'break' we are on to make a 'decision' and then blatantly couldn`t..... oh well..... then someone pointed out I didn`t actually need to decide anything.... cool - so everything is funky again.....

Atlantis is at a cool stage - I`m about to conquer half the known universe... well a city and a town maybe.... but my allies are a bit quiet.... stuff 'em. Hmmm... trying to put that and the website on a slight 'back burner' to focus on some 'real life' issues...... to which end I am starting a weeks fast. Done a few before and *really* enjoyed them..... they do leave me a bit tired and irritable (hey - what else is new) but they help me focus and leave me feeling great...........

And its now a month since I gave up smoking...... so the world is a wonderful place once again !!
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 12, 2003





Wednesday, March 05, 2003

And this is an interesting look at poverty..... or what it really means to be rich. About to have a go at getting my archives on this page and then maybe do the minor changes to the site to clean it up........

Oh and don`t forget to check out the satire links at the bottom of this page - some of them are very funny.....
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 05, 2003


Wee heee hooo haa - this is a nice one... about how we shouldn`t bother wasting money exploring space when so much of the earths surface is unexplored, uncharted and its vast mineral resources untapped. Yup - its about under the sea......
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 05, 2003


Sorry about that folks..... its been a few days since I`ve been able to blog....... (well motivated enough anyway *ahem*).....

Hmmm.. some real life stuff has happened... now which would you rather read about - the real life stuff or the computer jargon and slightly interesting news from the world of science I`ve uncovered (like 3 electrons entangled wow).... anyway tough, I`m gonna tell you about the real life stuff first... which probably includes Atlantis and servers and stuff 'coz I think I`ve lost the ability to distinguish what real life is :-)

In sumamry we`ve shipped out all the chickens from the farm, I`m on a break from my girlfriend, I`ve written some Atlantis legends... I`m looking for a new location for a TBS depot that I might manage..... uhm... and have downloaded Debian linux to install on a new server..... think that covers it...........

Now for the tedious detail.......

Anyway my arms ache this morning because of personally (well with the help of about 30 other people anyway....) catching and moving about 5000 chickens last night. I live on a farm which is part of a christian community and up until yesterday we ran a free range egg farm..... Free range eggs have got more and more popular over the 15 years or so we have been 'doing it' (I`ve only been around for seven years of that though... and work with our builders merchant) - which means more and more people are selling them..... which means the wholesale price has halved in that time... and of course costs haven't... :-( As is the british habit regulations have also procreated furiously (and who can blame them) during that time and unfortunately it's just not worth the hassle any more.....

All that is by way of prelude to saying that the final ship out date was last night. The huts probably originally held 9000 chickens (we shipped out the other 9000 on Sunday night - but I wimped out on that) but due to wear and tear there were probably only about 5000 left. (Your average laying chicken has a 'useful' life of 1 year and consumes about 10 pounds sterling worth of feed during that time..... now if you`re getting 8 pence an egg... you do the maths... - these chooks have been around for about 2 years and Mr Fox has claimed a few). We have to pay someone to come and take them away to their new life as pedigree chum and soup.... gruesome stuff (they`re very scrawny and wouldn`t look nice in an oven). It has to be done at night so you can catch them and it makes you feel like a prison guard rounding up jews at Belsen - yuuuuck..... still thats the last time we`ll have to do it... ever...... well - because its a community house and some of our friends turned up to help we had about thirty people helping shift them out... we did it in an hour and a half - I don`t think the lorry driver could believe his luck he was probably expecting to be there all night... odd sight all these petite girls carrying bundles of chickens... oh and I actually lost the ability to grip at one point in the evening :-) .....

Me and my wonderfully cute Romanian girlfriend Delia - of whom I *might* put up a picture here one day (she would kill me if she ever found out... but shes unlikely to check) have gone on a one months break from each other. This isn`t a break up but a tradition of our church to give us the chance to get some *emotional space* to evaluate our feelings etc. I think its useful (although most of my friends think it odd - lol) although as she lives at the farm too it can be rather hard.... still its only painful when I see her :-) !! Anyway - we`ve been together 9 months plus a few days of the break.... hmm.... wondering where its all going.... any possible future is bleak - lol.... no things are cool......

Hmmm... can`t be bothered to type much more - I`ve started to write some legends for Atlantis and will post them shortly..... and am setting up a server that will host a cyberpunk forum that me and the Void-shockz boys are setting up..... hopefully will be used on several websites so me *might even* get a bit of a community thingy going..... I will also have a shell account on it - hurrah - and play with things like the cool delegate proxy.......... anyway I`ll post the legends here later and hopefully clean up the site and prepare to put the spiritual stuff on........ oh and looking for a new depot location for TBS (in responce to TP moving in on our patch - which I might setup and manage... which is a truckload (*ahem* literally) of effort and responsibility - but I`m well up for it)....
posted by Mike Foord on Wednesday, March 05, 2003




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