Wednesday 11th May 2005
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Links from 11 May 2005, oldest first:
BitTorrent - Donate!
here's another really good example of donationware
Sun Newspaper Online - Keep tabs on your MP
Your Soaraway Stef
Would you like to play a game?
Most of the Conan Doyle came from here, and it's not too bad
Interactive London Transport Map
svg version for ages ago
MediaGuardian.co.uk | Press&publishing | Sudoku fever grips UK newspaper readers
sudoku is wrong and evil and must be stopped before the whole country grinds to a halt.
you have a grid with some numbers on and have to deduce what the other numbers are.
Tim Dowling (Byliner: Writers)
Dan Schellenberg » Blog Archive » Sudoku (aka: Su Doku) Generator and Solver for Mac OS X
Guardian Unlimited | The Guide | Hard sell archive
I think it would work so much better in blog format with an RSS feed, etc...
Huffington Post, The
Driller room format
Geektastic rundown of Driller game engine
a great choice, because most people don't know that it's a mixture of diary and epistolary, done in a pretty innovative way for the time
CCSU - Cook's Journal September 1773
what i'd really really like is for someone to do the journals of captain cook. with maps. they are completely fabulous.
I love Simon Cozens' version of The Pillow Book
MediaGuardian.co.uk | Broadcast | BBC staff threaten strike action
what exactly does one wear for striking? this is not a social occasion i've encountered before.
BBC Backstage :: Front Page ::
BBC News | England | Southern Counties | City tackles drink-fuelled crime
stranger than usual news graphics
O'Reilly Radar > ETech 2005: Where Did They All Come From?
"Europe and UK do seem to be under-represented in your data. There were times during the conference when it seemed like the Brits had taken over."
InterText v5n1: Two Solitudes by Carl Steadman
"'Two Solitudes' originally appeared as a series of e-mail messages sent between the two participants, with carbon copies sent to the piece's audience."
Elizabeth Taylor: The Last Star by Kitty Kelley (Amazon.com: Books)
I remember enjoying this
Dicken's Women read by Miriam Margoyles
Les 120 journées de Sodome
including a picture of the bog-roll he wrote it on.
Dover Castle London Pub & Bar Information, 43 Weymouth Mews,
BBC Sport | Football | Premiership | Arsenal 7-0 Everton
I've just been to Highbury for the first time. UGH.