Archive for July, 2006

Lebanon

Friday, July 28th, 2006

The Sunday Times tells us what the Israel / Hezbollah conflict in the Lebanon is really all about: The mini war that is taking place between Israel and Hezbollah is, in fact, a proxy war in which Iran’s vision for the Middle East clashes with the administration in Washington. What is at stake is not […]

Amazon tags

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Hmmm. When did Amazon start using tags?. Relatively recently judging by the low numbers, which makes the feature relatively less useful right now. And this is the .com site; .co.uk aren’t tagged-up yet.

Spam filter

Monday, July 24th, 2006

How on earth did a message with this subject line make it through my spam filter?: After Penis Enlarge Patch you cock won’t resemble a soft balloon filled with jelly. It will be hard and charming.

Flickr

Sunday, July 23rd, 2006

Via the magic of the WordPress falbum plugin I’ve added my Flickr photostream to the site. It was more complicated than I expected, and I’ve still some styling to do, but the results are well worth it. The random shots over on the right have already yielded some nice juxtapositions (Tokyo International Forum vs. Mesquita […]

Baby Pearson has arrived

Tuesday, July 11th, 2006

Welcome to a new era of robotperson: I’m writing this post with my daughter on my lap. At 02:23 on Sunday 9 July 2006, Ruby Consolata Pearson was born at the Sussex County hospital in Brighton. 7lb 5oz Ruby emerged after a smooth 9 hour labour. She is 100% healthy, and Momma and Pappa couldn’t […]