April 19, 2000
[weblogs] Well it had to happen: newsUnlimited has a weblog.
[mayor for london] Another webapp to help you choose your mayor: VoteMonkey [requires Java]
[news] newsUnlimited meets the oldest women and man in the world. [Text Only] “Draining the last from another bottle of beer he stands up, clutching his documents. ‘Right, I’ve had enough. I want everyone to fuck off because I’m tired.’ He walked off, leaving a little pile of empty beer bottles and two cigarette ends, marking his place in time”
[web] DigiGuide is a great web application which allows you to download TV schedules for UK TV programmes and view them off-line.
[comics] Steve Bell’s favourite comics.
April 18, 2000
[tech/mp3] I’ve finally got Audiograbber to rip from CD’s on NT. I’ve also started using Lame to encode the MP3’s. Both come highly recommended…
[comics] Whatever happened to Joe Matt?
[comics] Alan’s Moore’s Twilight of the Superheroes can still be found on the web — if you know where to look. . ‘We have a powerful and intense sequence where Superman manages to smash his way through a lot of the alien forces single-handed while being ring-whipped by the Lanterns, only to finally be beaten to death in single combat by the massive and frighteningly powerful Sodal Yat.’
April 17, 2000
[south park] nme interviews South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
[comics] The 2000AD Links Project is full of interesting web sites about the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.
April 16, 2000
[MP3] New versions of Winamp and Audiograbber have been released. Download here: Winamp 2.62 and Audiograbber 1.62.
[tech] Computer’s rot childrens brains reports newsUnlimited.
April 15, 2000
[funny] Superfriends Whassup?
April 14, 2000
[news] Shergar is still missing in action.
[Mp3] Metallica sues Napster: “it is sickening to know that our art is being traded like a commodity rather than the art that it is.” Guh?
April 13, 2000
[Comics] Frank Miller to do a sequel to Batman: Dark Knight Returns?
[onion] David Irving would probably agree with the Onion on this: Did Six Million Really Visit The Holocaust Museum?
[mayor for london] newsUnlimited reports on: The collected controversies of Ken Livingstone According to reports Ken’s lead had dropped by 12 points.