Blog post from November 2004

  • Rock Night Out

    Every Tuesday night at university here is a combined rock and pop night in two different rooms. The rock room, so called "Stoned" is in a larger venue than "Club Soda", which is in a 100 people capacity tiny side room. First off all, let me rant abou…

  • Halloween And Fireworks

    If anyone knows Bradford, UK, then they can tell you it's not a very nice place to be especially around this time of year. During the day fireworks go off... do these people not understand that they can't see them? Though I don't think this is their…

  • Firefox Roars To Version #1

    Today marks the day that the Mozilla browser Firefox reaches version 1. Although previous releases haven't been official marked as alpha or beta, I always think of pre version 1 release to be so. Although the open source community have a different nu…

  • Bonfires... Oh They Burn

    Instead of having a bonfire on Friday 5th November like most people in the country, I was invited to a party on the Thursday. It was a pretty damn cold evening when the bonfire finally got lit around 20.30. It started as a small blaze but soon turned…

  • Half Life 2 Farce

    First of all there was huge controversy over the delay in the release of the most anticipated game in history. Instead of being released in September 2003, the game has only just been released, today, over a year late. Now, to combat pirates, Valve t…

  • Dang It's Cold

    It's been a bit chilly over the last few days, but not too bad. Today, like every Thursday, everyone in our house heads out in Mike's old car to get a weekly shop. Today we headed over to Tescos. I think, ah we're only going from house to car to shop…

  • Indestructible

    If you're in the Bradford area come to the only kickass rockin' music night...

  • Indestructible...again

    Well, that was probably the best night out in Bradford I've had since being a student. I headed down around 9.30, before the schedueled "doors open" at 10, to give Phil (DJ) and his brother, Simon (door man) a hand. The night started slow but by 11.3…

  • Sarcasm

    I propose a new HTML tag… <sarcasm>sarcasm in here</sarcasm> This would work wonderfully on people's weblogs to convey this important verbal communication which is very often lost on print. There is the alternative emoticon smilie thing ;…