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27 Nov 2001
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Molecules with Silly or Unusual Names
Erotic acid. "Cummingtonite" is my favourite.
Calendar of Events: Next Space Science Update to present Hubble Discovery about Extrasolar Planet | SpaceRef
Wonder what this is?
Comic Book Resources - "The Rifleman"
new desktop image
Dark Knight Strikes Again
the flash is a bit shite... but still... HE's BACK
"this is your google... and this is what your google looks like on DRUGS" (via
Street Tech Buzzword Saturation Detector
Tempest for Eliza
Use your monitor to play music over AM radio
it sniffs network traffic, plus inputs from a series of wireless controllers, and broadcasts a resulting noise over an AM frequency
Kevin's Word Lists Page
Plumb Design Visual Thesaurus
Add a thesaurus or synonym finder to your software applications
Thesaurus engine source code you can add to your UNIX, Windows, or Macintosh applications
Illegal in the UK
CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
Rhyming Dictionary Homepage
WordNet - a lexical database for the English language
has perl interfaces available.
Christmas nick-nacks a-go-go
Whatdoyouwanttodowithit.com - /_logs/
That's what we like to see...
Two of Kabul's Last Jews See Enemy in Each Other (washingtonpost.com)
The whole story reads like a Jackie Mason joke...
BBC News | England | Patrol officers given baton guns
"Although it is billed as less dangerous than other weapons, police say it could still prove fatal in some cases." oh well that's all right then...
Simon Reeve (Arcade Publishing)
"the new jackals" guy. right combo of boyish and nerdy.
Simon Reeve (Shootandscribble.com)
simon if you're reading this, and you're not dear god gay or betrothed, i just dropped my handkerchief ahem.