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ADrive

By Andrew Gould 5 August 2008

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If you were offered 50GB of free online storage would you take it? FULL STORY >


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Interpret

By Andrew Gould 5 August 2008

There are literally hundreds of translation websites and services on the web. FULL STORY >

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Space

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

Probably the greatest April Fool???s joke of all time was the widely publicised hoax stating that Pluto will no longer be known as a Planet. FULL STORY >

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Project-euh

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

Confusion is rarely a pleasurable experience; in fact we spend most of our lives avoiding confusion. FULL STORY >

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Hayibo

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

News just in: ?ǣSouth Africa has discovered its sense of humour, finally???. FULL STORY >

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The WayBackMachine

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

We are probably not much closer now, than we were 3000 years ago, at making a time machine. FULL STORY >

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World-O-Meters

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

At the time of this being written there were 6,661,829,203 people on the ?planet. Now there are 6,661,829,262 people on the planet. There have been 14,480,145 deaths this yearǪ make that 14,480,193. FULL STORY >

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Nostalgia Central

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

Way back, when Captain Cook was travelling from port to port, in search of places to name after himself, he described a terrible illness that men were suffering from. FULL STORY >

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Molecular Expressions

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

You may not be overly keen on Science, but you will be intrigued, if not amazed at some of the images and mini-programs on offer at Molecular Expressions. FULL STORY >

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Hero Machine

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

If you???ve ever had an argument with a friend, and who hasn???t, about what would make the ideal super-hero, you can finally prove your point by creating your ideal super-hero at the HeroMachine. FULL STORY >

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Facebook Lexicon

By Andrew Gould 10 July 2008

Facebook is absolutely massive, literally and figuratively. All the data on Facebook is stored in huge databases and then uploaded to your PC when you want to check what someone has written on your wall. FULL STORY >

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