Going on holiday

by oneafrikan on April 14, 2005

Totsiens, I’m going on holiday for two weeks. Will get back in the swing when I return, and promise loads of photos too. Looking forward to some time away from a PC, so here’s to the African sky, sounds and (…)

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The Red Square lunchtime diversion

by oneafrikan on April 12, 2005

Want a little something to take up 5 minutes of your time during lunch? _ The Red Square My top score so far is 18.576s – what’s yours? Aside: Got this little game from Kerryn today, and the URL (http://www.xeron.org/) (…)

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ClearSkies.org

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2005

_ ClearSkies Clear Skies, funded by DTI and managed by BRE, aims to give householders and communities a chance to realise the benefits of renewable energy by providing grants and access to sources of advice. Householders can obtain grants between (…)

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Interesting fun facts

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2005

My mate Alun sent this around just now – thought it was a pretty good laugh ;-) In Lebanon, men are legally allowed to have sex with animals, but the animals must be female. Having sexual relations with a male (…)

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Yahoo To Combine Blogs, Social Networking

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2005

_ Yahoo! News – Yahoo To Combine Blogs, Social Networking Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO – news) on Wednesday said it would launch in beta at the end of the month a service that combines web logs with social networking.

Yahoo Readies Blogging Tool

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2005

_ Yahoo! News – Yahoo Readies Blogging Tool Yahoo is developing a free service designed to let users stay in touch with acquaintances such as friends, family, and co-workers via new and existing Yahoo services. The service will include the (…)

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Surveys Say Bloggers Not Yet Big Factor For Mainstream

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2005

_ Yahoo! News – Surveys Say Bloggers Not Yet Big Factor For Mainstream “Two new surveys cast doubt on the level of influence wielded by bloggers.” I think that the blogosphere is more of a discussion / conversation, that validates (…)

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