Monday, August 14, 2006


Well I'm going to try and take a more positive tone here for a while as I've been doing a little to much reading about these 'dark days' and it can get a bit depressing. So in line with my developing philosophy that it is better to look towards developing new world then dwell on the old.

so here is some pod-casts well worth a listen, for me, massively interesting and forward looking but I'll let you make up you're own mind: salt

Monday, May 29, 2006

irrepressible info


Monday, April 17, 2006

Stranger then fiction?

Well its been longer then a long time since I posted here but I just watched this:

and then this: (08/08/06)

ummmm?... and now I'm going to watch this:

ummmmmmmmmm??? this may not be good for me.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

If you want to know the score about the way some things are then take a look at these lot;

THEY RULE: know who knows who and what they do.

REDEFINING PROGRESS: money money money?

MY FOOT PRINT: want to know what those big fat feet of yours are doing

GAP MINDER: yes you are rich, you ungrateful...


Saturday, November 26, 2005

Evil Corporate Bastards

Is it just me that finds E.C.B's capitalising on terrorism and lobbying government to further infringing on civil liberties and basic human rights so they can prosecute young boys and spunk over their profit margins, just a little distasteful?

"The music and film industries are demanding that the European parliament extends the scope of proposed anti-terror laws to help them prosecute illegal downloaders. In an open letter to MEPs, companies including Sony BMG, Disney and EMI have asked to be given access to communications data - records of phone calls, emails and internet surfing - in order to take legal action against pirates and filesharers." full article courtesy of The Guardian

Right just for that everyones getting pirated DVD's for Christmas this year. viva la revolution, long live digital socialism!

American Hiroshima anyone?

Heres an interesting little article from Aljazeera.

"In 1962, the Joint Chiefs of Staff presented a plan called Operation Northwood, which is now declassified. It proposed conducting mass casualty attacks on American targets and blaming it on Cuba to rally public support for war against Fidel Castro."

David Dionisi a former US army intelligence officer and author of the book American Hiroshima talks insightfully about US foreign policy, the war on terror and more.
click and read.

Friday, November 18, 2005

A Guide to Everything

Have you ever wanted to know everything? well if your in need of some shallow, cruel but ridiculously funny insights into the DOs & DON'Ts of life then you need The Vice Guide to Everything.

courtsey of Vice Magazine

Thursday, November 17, 2005

DIY electronic Voodoo:
how to bring a HD back from the dead

I love the DIY ethic, and having lost a hard drive in the past I know
the crazy prices that a qualified priest will charge to
resurrect your 'precious data'.

So if you've suffered the misfortune of the death of a hard drive,
maybe its time for some DIY electronic Voodoo.

courtsey of Hack a Day.

Chemical Weapons found in Iraq

Well if you go to war with a country over their hidden chemical weapons and then cant find them, what do you do? Bring your own of course; and use them in a city that should have a civilian population of over 300,000.

click HERE to see the film.

"White phosphorus:
Spontaneously flammable chemical used for battlefield illumination
Contact with particles causes burning of skin and flesh
Use of incendiary weapons prohibited for attacking civilians (Protocol III of Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons)
Protocol III not signed by US"

"A spokesman at the UK Ministry of Defence said the use of white phosphorus was permitted in battle in cases where there were no civilians near the target area.

But Professor Paul Rogers, of the University of Bradford's department of peace studies, said white phosphorus could be considered a chemical weapon if deliberately aimed at civilians."

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