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Oh so nice to wander, oh so nice to come home.

Posted 30th September 2010 at 05:12 PM by Coolhand

Been away for a while, wandering the internet in my little red spaceship. This place has gone through some seriously cool upgrades since I last dropped in. Still the same awesome site underneath though.

Just ended up living in a place that's slap-bang next to a library, so with a virtually limitless supply of books a mere stones throw away (they're gonna be furious about that window), this seems the perfect time to get my butt back into the SF&F groove, which I...
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Another ‘non-stop’ day.

Posted 29th September 2010 at 11:46 PM by Rosemary (Rosies Ramblings)

The first panel was ‘The Series Question: Big Books Chopped Up or Small Books Glued Together’. On the panel were David Cornish, Kate Forsyth, Ian Irvine & Lara Morgan. There were of course many reasons for & against this & of course, the publishers having much to do with it.

At midday, I dashed off to get Trudi Canavan’s signature on my copy of ‘Priestess of the White’. She kindly signed my copy & someone obligingly took a photograph of us.

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crawling through treacle

Posted 29th September 2010 at 11:09 AM by chopper

that's what it feels like.

i can see Heir to the North taking shape: one gap to fill in the first half of the book, then it gets very interesting indeed as i introduce the series' titular villain. meanwhile i'm trying to break down High King's Vengeance into a chapter-by-chapter synopsis - this one needs to be planned out a hell of a lot more than the first book. oh, and did i mention the possibility of following these two with another related story (title so hush-hush i can't even...
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Why online backup services are pivotal

Posted 26th September 2010 at 10:50 PM by lilbirdie
Updated 12th December 2010 at 05:17 PM by pyan (Removed links)

For most companies information is the single most vital part of successful operations, and data security is definitely crucial. Due to the rising quantity of netbook gadgets, information and documents are scattered all over. Due to the implementation of so many different nodes users are dumped with the challenge of the inability to manage and excecute manual archives.
This has spurred many online backup services to arise to provide remote offsite data backup services.

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Posted 26th September 2010 at 10:46 PM by StormFeather

Ok, life is busy. But also wonderful. Today, I dressed up in vest, top, jumper, fleece, jeans, warm socks, hat, gloves, scarf, and we took the kids down the park. It was bl**dy freezing in the wind, but the kids didn't feel the cold, and both of them rode their bikes to the point of exhaustion with their friends.

We then went, with the friends, to a local pub, where we had a huge feast on the Sunday roast (and I was extremely grateful not to have to cook or wash up) and the kids and...
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