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Mar 05 2013

I forgot my own Anniversary

A Million Gods turned 2 on February the 18th and I forgot to do something for it. So I am thinking of running some sort of contest. The Prize? Hindu Comic Books.

Mar 03 2013

Hangout

So a couple of other people have suggested I take advantage of Google+’s hangout feature and get some discussions going on “various stuff” or just plain sit around and twiddle our thumbs. So how many people would be interested in them (I can apparently get them on Youtube as well for posterity). Avicenna

Mar 02 2013

Results

PASSED EXAMS! But have no booze to celebrate. And er… no money in hand since I spent it all on new books yesterday. I should have a “Party Fund” for celebrating such events. Oh and I got my AC Fixed. And my net is relatively stable and not fluctuating like it has for the past …

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Mar 01 2013

A Conversation with a Reader – Photography

I love photography. I feel we are living in a renaissance of the art of photography. There are cameras for all levels and despite many people being snooty about the value of point and shoots and camera phones there is a kind of immediacy and charm to them. Let’s just say that nearly every single …

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Feb 24 2013

Dynamic Duo – Give a Warm Welcome to Piano Black

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Feb 01 2013

Angel Haze – Rape, Religion and Music

Just read this… Seriously just read this. (Trigger Warnings – Rape)

Jan 24 2013

The Lappy is Dead. Long Live The Lappy || Charity for a Charity Case

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My laptop died last night, it died in ignominy. It’s an old HP Pavillion, nothing new certainly and it’s pretty old (verging on its 7th year which I hear is like 300 years old in terms of laptop age) but this is where the problems start. There are effectively no parts that can fix it. …

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Jan 18 2013

A Special Thanks

Well I just tallied up the donations people have made. And I can get a faster ticket home. You guys have thrown in a whopping £95 quid which is a bit more than needed. I don’t have to travel by train (If I did travel by train I wish I had my old camera because …

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Jan 18 2013

Comments Policy

So writing about the shooting of a teenager and farmers in Palestine lead me to my first slightly out of control comment barrage… So… I need some advice on a comments policy. I had this in mind. Green/Yellow/Red (Traffic Lights – Whee!) Safe/Normal/Unmoderated So a topic on green would literally be “these are places for …

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Jan 17 2013

A Proper Response to slc1 – Israel and Palestine

  I was going to leave this as a comment, but I figured that it would do better as a post. This is in response to slc1 who wrote a comment on a report on the shooting of 17 year old whose only crime was to throw stones at a symbol of oppression. Mr. avicenna …

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