DoctorVee - The ramblings of a politics student about politics, Formula 1, TV, news and more, he’s not a real Vee though.
There’s your karma, ripe as peaches - Flash’s ramblings – Shallow, fairly obvious observations of life and sport – good taste in baseball (Yankees), women (Salma Hayek) bad when it comes to football (Gooner)
The Rainbow Connection - Random rambling postings on music, movies, travel, books, football and, oh, other self-indulgent stuff too, by a twenty-something, north London, hapless hack…
~David Rutt - A bunch of random chunterings from a Yorkshire-born electronics engineer with an unnatural addiction to Brass Bands and boobies.
Shirker - Life on the road as an itinerant Travelodge inhabitant
osWorld[dot]Biz - How to make money online. Business Ideas (good, bad & indifferent) and other less interesting stuff such as osCommerce. AKA The tale of an Inter Web Entrepreneur…
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TV & Film
Internet Movie Database – Find information for any film and TV programme made, cast, characters, credits and much more.
TV Tome – A mine of information for all your favourite classic TV programmes.
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ImageShack – Free image hosting solution. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as post images on message boards and blogs. It can also be used to direct link images from your personal website or online auction. And best of all, it’s completely free.
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