The Blogroll has been jamming up over the last couple of days, stalling the page loading. So it has now moved from the sidebar to the bottom of the page. Codewise I hope this’ll mean it gets loaded last and everything else can speed up. I’ve got to mess around with the css a bit to get it looking right, though.
Notes on 100 Things: 1
Now that I’ve set myself these tasks, I guess I should start working on completing them. A quick scan through a printout (lacking number 36- Jon suggested I add �Get a new printer.� to the list) suggests a few ideas. More
Yesterday, so Tim informed me, Spinneyhead was the number one result for a Google search for Alyson Hannigan’s sex toy. Right now, we’re number two. We’re also second, to the Fleshbot link to the original post, for Dirk Benedict sex toy. We’re the only blog linking to a google.ca search for “Alyson Hannigan’s feet pics”, maybe we can be the only citation for these two as well. On Saturday we drew up a dead pool. If I ever get around to posting the list, we’ll be getting some wild search hits.
The Google zeitgeist is always fun to check out. Britney Spears is still the most popular woman in the UK searches, and those of a few other countries. Spinneyhead still gets hits for her topless. For the person or people who keep coming here for “Britney Spears topless in the bath”, here’s the image you’ve been looking for (surprisingly, work safe.)
I’ve been meaning to take a ride out along the refurbished Rochdale canal for a while. If I can time it to coincide with its bicentennial, even better.
The rest of the country may settle for instant coffee, but I’m with the Germans. I hate the stuff. If I don’t have the time to whip up a cafetiere of freshly ground coffee, I’ll skip the instant and go straight to tea.
Various newspapers are trying to get an injunction barring identification of Maxine Carr overturned. Ignore all their talk about freedom of speech- these fuckwits want to get a woman killed just so they can sell a few more papers.
Space Ship One has flown higher than any other private aeroplane- 212,000 feet- in the latest step towards winning the X Prize.