Monthly Archives: January 2006

Fiddling to the max

OK, well having not really had much joy with getting eaton-bray.co.uk up the rankings after wasting it in its early life, I’ve gone and done the stupid thing and completely changed the domain name. Everything on the Eaton Bray website … Continue reading

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New torture method

I can’t believe no one’s ever used it before as my ears are almost bleeding and I’m ready to┬ásay anything, but having a very loud purring kitten by each ear, slightly out of sync with each other is a killer!

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Finding out the hard way

Back in October 2004 I decided to register eaton-bray.co.uk with the intention of creating a useful village website for Eaton Bray. Stupidly though, I then never got round to doing anything more than putting 5 links on it – way … Continue reading

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The Slanket

Ever curled up on the sofa in your regular blanket and realised you’d need to freeze your upper body just to reach the remote (obviously not a problem for paj in the lovely warm place, but for the rest of … Continue reading

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Shining

ShiningComing this fall, Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall star in a heartwarming story about a family’s journey of self-discovery. See it again and again. [Yeh, yeh, it’s over a year old, but still made me smile when I found it … Continue reading

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Sony offers class-action settlement

Mark Russinovich, who is helping Scott Kamber bring a class-action suit against Sony for the screw ups around their XCP copy-protection, explains how Sony have filed a proposed settlement. See Sony Settles for the full story.

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Spitfire & Tanglefoot – Weeks 13 & 14

Dear kittens, You’ve had so meny new experiences these last two weeks and been amazingly calm about the whole thing; I can’t believe my sofas and curtains are still in one piece! The suprises started with your first visit to … Continue reading

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