Monthly Archives: April 2008

But it’s work-related…

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But it’s work-related…

User support can often be a challenging affair, particularly if you need to obtain the user’s IP address. Fortunately this site will do it for you, requiring no more than the user typing in moanmyip.com into their browser.

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Choice

A couple of years ago I found myself in the supermarket canned food ailse looking for tomatoes. There were entire shelves dedicated to this. Whole tomatoes, diced tomatoes, sliced, and mashed. Tomatoes with basil, tomatoes with garlic and caramelized onion, … Continue reading

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The Hall of Shame, Part II

Just when you thought it was safe… Snapped this morning in Ol’ Mustard at the Great South Road and South Eastern Highway Intersection. The light turns green, signaling for Beau to go, but the path is anything but clear. Red … Continue reading

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The Hall of Shame, Part I

My new hobby: Photographing red-light runners. Since surrendering the metal armour of my trusty 626 in favour for walking to work, I think my chances of being involved in a serious accident have increased dramatically. I have been: Beeped at … Continue reading

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(Platelet)apheresis

Early this afternoon, at Starship and Middlemore Hospitals, a stricken 9 month old baby and a lady diagnosed with cancer were wheeled into theatre for critical surgery. While I don’t know the details, or the outcome of the surgery, I … Continue reading

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Three Day Weekend in Christchurch, Part Trois – Urban Tramping

Christchurch is a fantastic place for urban tramping. For breakfast stop by at the award-winning Copenhagen Bakery on Amargh St for a croissant and coffee. From there, visit Johnson’s Grocer on Colombo Street, not far from Kilmore St, to stock … Continue reading

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