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September 03, 2006

Improv Everywhere

Writing about web page http://www.improveverywhere.com/home.php

I’ve spent far too much time at Improv Everywhere, so no update today.


April 10, 2006

Famous Jon

Writing about web page http://www.thomhutchinson.com/

All this talk about famous Thom reminds me of Famous Jon, another person on a quest to become famous. He had several things going for him that Thom does not:

1) He didn't limit himself to only 7 days.
2) He had T-shirts.
3) He had flyers.

Alas, Famous Jon's website has disappeared and can only be found on the Internet Archive.

Can Thom Hutchinson do better?


December 07, 2005

Enigma

Writing about web page http://www.nongnu.org/enigma/

Enigma is a brilliant and addicting puzzle game.

It's so addicting that I couldn't let myself recommend it here until term had ended – people have essays and coursework to do during term, and Enigma is much more fun.

There are more than 500 levels, most of them either fiendishly difficult or mind-boggling clever.


December 06, 2005

Sudoku Style

Writing about web page http://www.sudoku-style.com/

Do you have a close friend or relative who’s addicted to sudoku?

Do you wonder what on earth you could get them for Christmas?

Wonder no more. At Sudoku Style, you’ll find a wide variety of sodoku products – from t-shirts to teddy bears, and more!

Any of them would make a thoughtful and original gift for the sudoku-er in your life.

Disclaimer: this was made by my friend. I paid for the webdomain and he hasn’t paid me back yet.


November 08, 2005

dontclick.it

Writing about web page http://www.dontclick.it/

What happens if you take away clicking in our user interface?

October 17, 2005

Bread: the silent killer

Writing about web page http://www.eskimo.com/~spban/bread.html

If you encounter bread, under no circumstances should you approach it without a trained professional.

September 17, 2005

Hello, world.

So, I appear to be the first and only person in first year Computer Science with one of these.

Ah well, I’ll cope.

Truth be told, I’m not sure how much I’ll use this. I basically signed up because it was here, and I already have a Livejournal.

About me: My name is Alan. As stated above, I’m studying Computer Science and am in my first year. Or rather, will be. I won’t be at university for another week yet.

I am also the star of Lord of the Hoops.


New blog location

After a hiatus of several years, I’ve started blogging again at blog.draknek.org.

My website

Looking for more information about Alan Hazelden? Follow me on Twitter or go to my website.

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