I think they might be, so I’m not giving them linkjuice by linking to the ads (web videos only, not shown on broadcast or cable TV) and I’m not mentioning their name for the search engines either.
Month: November 2009
I had heard nothing about this project at all. Sir Ian is playing Number 2, who apparently will wear a consistent face throughout the series, unlike the original, where Number 2 wore 17 faces.
Australian Independent Senator Nick Xenophon takes on Scientology.
“There simply is no negative relationship at all between decent working conditions and competitiveness or job creation. In fact, we found that a number of these guarantees are associated with increased competitiveness.”
It’s an amazing improvement from the previous wheelchair access through the kitchens and utility tunnels, and it’s good to finally see it happen since it was planned in 2003. Major architectural changes to landmark buildings aren’t built in a day, I guess.
After much to-ing and fro-ing on the matter of accepting ads to cover the costs of this site (readers have been generous with donations, but if I can cover the costs without asking you to dip into your pockets, I’ll be happier with that).
I know, I’m several weeks late on this. Just catching up on the news that Yahoo has pulled the plug on geocities last month does give me a pang. Although I never actually made myself a geocities page, having fallen in with net-purists at a very early stage of my online habit: they scoffed, and thus so did I. Still, those blinkenlight pages were an important stage in the evolution of electronic self-publishing.
I just came across this website while looking for something else entirely. Anybody else tried it? Is it useful?
From The West: “Rape squad for Rotto schoolie week” Specialist sex assault detectives will be based at Rottnest Island during schoolies’ festivities after attacks on young women there in recent years. Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan warned teenage girls to stay… Read More ›