Archive for February, 2004

Sci-Geek links for the weekend!

Comet, ready or not Designed and built with help from British scientists, Rosetta aims to shed light on the origins of the solar system – and even the beginnings of life on Earth. NASA Says It’ll Prepare a Rescue Shuttle NASA has chosen the Discovery to be the first orbiter to fly, with the Atlantis […]

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REVIEW: The Butterfly Effect

I wasn’t really sure what to expect from “The Butterfly Effect”, I’d read enough to know I liked the concepts that were being explored in the movie, but I was a little concerned about the casting of the film as I’ve not been a fan at all of Ashton Kutcher’s work (with the exception of […]

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Something For Everyone!

Just a short post to serve as something of a site update update… I’ve finished reformatting the Archived AAI pages, so they don’t look like ass now – unless that’s your opinion of the new design as a whole! You can check them out [HERE] – I’ve also added a submission form to the main […]

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Beware of teh ISP billing system!

Ah, the internet. It’s no place for those unfamiliar with how to survive in this land of techno babble and, as this extract from a conversation I had just moments ago, demonstrates.. it can even catch out those who should know better… but then again, my mum always said that stuff only goes wrong when […]

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