Toblog

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TCSOTD 2007-03-13

Aide alleged Levy ‘lie’ request

Watch as advertising idiocy gets caught out and commented on
… it clearly isn’t the day yet when it is no longer amusing to watch advertising agencies completely fail to Get It.

Questioning Gill Sans
… ‘In 1928, Eric Gill set about to improve on Edward Johnston’s type for the London Underground. The result was Gill Sans.’

FACT Off: It’s time to say no to F.A.C.T.
… campaigning against those patronising, unskippable anti-piracy adverts on DVDs

Berlusconi and Mills back in dock in Italy

AI system cited for unlicensed practice of law

TCSOTD 2007-02-21

The Register analysis of The Blair ID Card Email
… “Blair adds whole UK to police suspect list”

Police question Blair aide again
… strange that this has been trailed and announced since then.

Is your cellphone bugged?

Romano Prodi ‘to submit resignation’

Weddings at lowest ever level

Dr Petra Boynton on the report about the sexualisation of young girls

TCSOTD 2007-01-30

Manchester chosen as site for first Super Casino

Polish lace makers move into underwear

China made iPhone look-a-like appears

tubePing: Connecting London’s tube community

Apparently the SCO/IBM case is still going on, but now SCO have admitted that they might not win

Lord Levy re-arrested for attempting to pervert the course of justice

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TCSOTD 2006-12-14

Iraq coalition casualties passes 25,000
… it’s links like that that make me question the wisdom of putting the ‘C’ in TCSOTD

The logic of South West Trains dot matrix displays

Photos of Hail and Lightening

World’s tallest man saves dolphin

Blair questioned by police in Cash for Honours probe
… not under caution though

Coolest psychology experiment… ever?

Potassium: ‘a store that [shows] that good design can be ethical, beautiful, luxurious and ecological’

The curse of Tony Blair

FDA confirms salad evil

Things you can’t do in a London park

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