Stuff we've discussed on IRC.
Posted by David at 2005-10-08 21:55
Rewritten to have decent rules. This is supposed to be a lot of fun.
Posted by David at 2005-10-08 21:42
That means now.
I can't believe they !
Maybe I should go and see it again tomorrow ...
Oooh! I've found a place where you can watch the opening 9 minutes online!
"Unfortunately, the Operating System you are currently using is unsupported."
... ITS JUST DATA!
... well if you can't write valid CSS OR valid HTML ...
OK, looks like the format is called "vividas" - never heard of it.
Looks like it might work under Linux with wine ... but I can't find a download for the client.
What's wrong with mpeg2? Or even Sorrenson 3!
Plan is to see it tomorrow. :)
(Mark hasn't finished rewatching "Firefly" yet... ;)
Well, anyway, if you want to come to Ashford tomorrow you can come and see it with us.
Thanks, but I plan to spend most of tomorrow sleeping. Driving to Ashford doesn't sound like much fun :)
No, it's not. Not even from Canterbury.
However, the big Cineworld at Ashford is significantly nicer than the tiny Canterbury Odeon.
Plus Odeon is evil :)
Posted by azz at 2005-10-08 13:58
" Still, the well-off could invest in a brand new Sony Betamax home video recorder if only to find something else to watch other than The Sound of Music which continued to do-ray-me around the nation's cinemas."
Erm, no, they couldn't.
Betamax was 1975, not 1965; Sony's first cassette format was U-matic in 1969.
They might have bought a Sony CV-2000 half-inch reel-to-reel VTR that was introduced in 1964.
Posted by azz at 2005-10-08 00:30
"Despite the BT Tower being one of most recognisable and conspicuous buildings in London, it was classed as an 'official secret' until fairly recently"
"This rather begs the question: why wasn't Noel Edmonds locked up for broadcasting live Christmas Day programmes there in the seventies?!"