November 30, 2006
Its my sister doing her Trapeze stuff (I believe this is a half angel). She's a strong lady. Here's a website with more info on her circus skills life...
November 28, 2006
November 27, 2006
a video watch and two songs to listen to
November 22, 2006
At the start of Movember guys register with a clean shaven face. The Movember participants known as Mo Bros then have the remainder of the month to grow and groom their moustache and along the way raise as much money and awareness about male health issues as possible."
November 14, 2006
"Australian scientists have created a T-shirt that allows air guitarists to play real music - without resorting to a real guitar.
The T-shirt has motion sensors built into its elbows that pick up movements and relay them wirelessly to a computer which interprets them as guitar riffs."
November 13, 2006
"Meet your beautiful new pony, Butterscotch. Not only does he look like the real thing, he has animated, touch activated features and will move his neck, eyes, ears, mouth and tail. Place your head near its nostrils you really feel the air as the pony 'harumphs'. He really neighs too! And Butterscotch comes with grooming equipment - brush & comb. You can reward Butterscotch for being good by feeding him a carrot. It's time to say, 'Mummy, I want a pony!'"
November 10, 2006
November 03, 2006
There's a plan to BLACKOUT LONDON tomorrow, 4th November 2006 Starting at Sunset 4.30 pm to 7.30 pm. Must be part of this demo thing that's on tomorrow....
"You are invited to take part in the largest demonstration of People Power that London has ever seen on Saturday 4th November 2006, by turning off all your lights, and switching off all your non-essential electrical equipment at Sunset.
We want the power demand in the United Kingdom to reduce so much that the newspapers are obliged to report it. We want the lights to go out in London, so that on the evening of 4th November 2006, the dimming effect will be visible from space.
If you are at home, switch off your set-top boxes, pull all the chargers out of the wall sockets, turn off lights in any room you are not using, switch off any machine with a digital clock in it, unplug the hi-fi and the TV and the games console, de-frost your freezer, switch off your fridge for a couple of hours. Turn the central heating thermostat down to 16 degrees and put a woolly sweater/jumper on if you're cold."
November 02, 2006