Toblog

1. v. The act of writing a weblog or 2. n. Toby’s weblog.

TCSOTD 2007-10-08

Phonecalls and texts to be logged
… ‘Data about calls made and received will also be available to 652 public bodies, including the police and councils.’

‘Gay bomb’ scoops Ig Nobel award

Null Hypothesis: The Journal of Unlikely Science

Iraqi Employees: Maintain the pressure

Craig Murray’s site is back

West Virginia Man Tries to Flee Police on Lawnmower

TCSOTD 2007-10-02

The Register: ‘Official: James Blunt is a wanker’

Argos withdraws ‘allergy’ items
… ‘after customers complained of burning and sores when they sat on items from the range.’

Belly stud ‘almost killed teen’
… ‘[her] seatbelt forced the stud through her stomach almost to her spine’

Holy Water seized on Vatican flights

Rare eagle just released shot out of the sky

Bloggers’ revenge: animated with music

Daily Mail pays Poles to break UK law

Sega Rally – Tropical Challenge

TCSOTD 2007-09-27

Gordon Brown’s latest Americanism: the Shrum speech

Good Samaritan arrested at roadside

Greater Shakespeare Tube Map

Boris Johnson is Tory London Mayor Candidate

Shock at archbishop condom claim

Dollar falls to another Euro low

Shipping Forecast’s ‘baffling’ legacy

TCSOTD 2007-09-26

Nick Drew on how Gordon’s blatent borrowing against the future and off balance sheet shenanigans are slowly coming home to roost

The Usmanov Affair hits Slashdot

Michael Robertson on why AnywhereCD failed

Microsoft to buy minority stake in facebook

Apple: firmware update likely to make unlocked iPhones ‘permanently inoperable’
… or: Apple: This phone you bought from us, right? You can’t do what you want with it.

Statewatch analyses The EU’s draft Reform Treaty

Burmese riot police attack monks

Euro realist MEP Tom Wise uses parliamentary privilege to spell out the allegations against Alisher Usmanov

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to Allow the Red Arrows to Fly at the 2012 Olympics

For those of you that have missed out

…on recent events on the Internet, Chicken Yoghurt has an excellent jumping off point.

The interesting thing, of course, is that due to Schillings’ actions there are now significantly more people who know about Craig’s book Murder in Samarkand (paperback here) and who will have read his allegations against Usmanov.

Whoops… I don’t think that Schillings will be putting this in their online case history.

I do wonder why fasthosts apparently pulled the whole server account. Did they know it would get this reaction?

[11:29] Ouch. It’s just hit Boing Boing.

[2007-09-26] Double ouch. It’s hit Slashdot now. Yes, Schillings have excelled themselves this time…

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