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11 January, 2005

What did I say?

Here's a new, ultimately pointless though mildly amusing meme seen via Neil's World.  Republish the first sentence of the first posting you made each month in 2004, as an overview (more like a random sampling) of your preoccupations over the year.  Okay:

January:
I arrived back in Lancaster last night after a week away.

February:
This is a useful resource for planning search engine submissions, highlighting the incestuous heirarchy of search engines: which are top-priority for optimisation and direct submission, and which will receive results from others, making direct submission unnecessary.

March:
Not an easy Monday, and I'm as drained as on a Thursday or Friday!

April:
The immigration minister, Beverley Hughes has resigned over the scandal of fraudulent immigration applications from Romania and Bulgaria.

May:
Lancaster's free local newspaper, The Citizen (no website) reports that a ground floor flat in Morecambe was raided by drugs squad officers last week.

June:
This is an unexpected, though not entirely bizarre, crossover between two of my favourite bands: Harry Waters, eldest son of His Rogness, has joined the Ozric Tentacles for their UK and USA tours, replacing Seaweed on keyboards.

July:
When Microsoft itself advises users to switch away from Internet Explorer in favour of Mozilla Firefox, it's to be hoped people will take the hint.

August:
According to statistics reported by the BBC, I work in "the best place to look for love in England and Wales".

September:
Regular readers of the blog might have caught occasional offhand mentions of a rather good band called Blackfield.

October:
For a mere $10 million, one can buy a 230' long, eight-ton 'sky gem'.

November:
I'm back, though since I've managed only about six hours sleep in the last sixty, don't expect anything too substantial for a couple of days!

December:
I'm still finding BlogExplosion worthwhile, but one feature I haven't used much is the blog rating facility.

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