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I recently moved this blog from Blogger to WordPress.
The old blog was at http://neilius.blogspot.com
The new address is http://blog.NeilEnnis.com
This is the third blog I’ve migrated to WordPress, and I’m really starting to like it.
Please let me know what
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I have a technical blog that I occasionally add articles to, so that I don’t bore you with hi-tech ramblings here. But in case you’re interested, here’s a brief summary of some recent articles.
Cool technology – fun with PVRsSome amazing facts – just incase
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I have this terrible habit of forgetting when to have a haircut.
I leave it for months, and slowly end up looking more and more like somone on a “Wanted” photo.
I’d had enough today and
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My mum always used to say I had my head in the clouds
These clouds just happened to be overhead one day while I was at a BBQ.
Woolworths Ltd has made a significant contribution to drought relief by committing its entire profits for the day from its supermarkets to the Country Women’s Association and research into sustainable famring practices.
The total amount should be $3 million.
The big day is Tuesday, January 23 2007.
So if you’re planning a big grocery
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I think drug trafficking is a terrible crime. Offenders should be dealt with severely.
But I strongly oppose the death penalty, and especially “Mandatory Execution” where a government stipulates that someone found guilty of a crime MUST be executed, without reference to any mitigating circumstances.
This is the case in Singapore today.
Van Nguyen is
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Farewell to Utopia… for now.
I’ve spent the last six months in a strange place called Utopia.
People will tell you it’s an online game where almost 1,500 teams (kingdoms) of up to 25 members (provinces) pit their warring skills against each other.
But it’s much, much more than that.
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What a cricketer!
Glen McGrath took 4 wickets for a miserly 16 runs in the one-dayer against New Zealand today. This man’s bowling is artwork on legs. He doesn’t have the fiery pace of Bret Lee, but his unerring accuracy, and his grasp of the situation has saved Australia’s bacon on many occasions, including today.
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