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Wednesday 29 June 2005
by Wulf
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What Do You Really Look Like?

In the film The Matrix, there’s a scene where Neo asks Morpheus why his representation in the computer world looks like he does in real-life (bar the ugly datajack points). The answer is “residual self-image” – he looks the way … Continue reading

Friday 24 June 2005
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Blogging Survey

This morning, I decided to undertake MIT’s blogging survey; short, fairly simple and interesting to see where I fit on the bell curve of results.

Thursday 23 June 2005
by Wulf
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Do You Trust Your Eyes?

I came across this picture today – visit the source, the World of Sven for instructions on the illusion (short version – stare at the black cross and see what happens):

Wednesday 22 June 2005
by Wulf
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The Death of Respect

I came across a thought-provoking poem from the Shiny Headed Prophet today: This is wrong.Respect has gone.He is no longer being thought of as a human beingan equal.He is being thought of as an animal.Treated as sub-humanBut …no matter what … Continue reading

Friday 17 June 2005
by Wulf
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Sensible Rules for Blogging

Tony, over at Storytellers World suggests a few rules of thumb for blogging. They’re very good – in fact, they’re probably worth bearing in mind for any type of communication that is going outside your sphere of control (which is … Continue reading

Thursday 16 June 2005
by Wulf
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Deep to Deep… Venue Confirmed

Next month’s Deep to Deep event will take place at Hither Green Baptist Church on Saturday 16 July.

Tuesday 14 June 2005
by Wulf
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Would Isaiah Make us Laugh?

Steve Lawson’s blog has turned me onto a treasure trove of thought provoking reading on Mark Thomas’ website. Mark is a comedian but carries that calling much further than taking cheap shots at the mother-in-law. Perhaps I could go so … Continue reading