All entries for November 2005
November 30, 2005
Writing about web page http://www.skype.com
Just wondered how many people use Skype on campus… I really like it, and its been good to call people with :)
Did anyone else get the free headset with the telegraph yesterday? Only I didn't buy the telegraph, just the headset (they'd run out of telegraphs) hehe :)
November 24, 2005
Writing about web page http://radio.warwick.ac.uk
OK, the last week of Term has to be Christmassy. So, on "Paul and David on PrimeTime" (I am that David), we really need two anti-request (explained later) songs… any suggestions people?
I'm thinking spice girls – sleigh ride… but failed to nominate another.
Incidentally, listen to the show – should have some good prizes to give away.
What is an anti-request?
Glad you asked. Basically, we put two songs up for nomination, and you tell us the one you don't want to hear. We then play the one with the least votes. i.e. The least anti-requested. It's brill!
November 22, 2005
Writing about web page http://warwick.facebook.com
If you haven't done already, join Warwick's Facebook – its a great way of meeting friends of friends, random people, and joining groups together – all in the name of work avoidance!!!
Join – and feel free to add me – I don't bite!
November 17, 2005
Here's a new idea – I'm going to describe someone (not too well though!) and through some cryptic clues, you've got to work out who it is. Person who gets it goes into a gallery of rogues (i'm not sure how, but i'll do it!)
OK, here's person the first's description.
This person is well sought after… they're well renowned for providing warm satisfaction in the student's union… and it must be said that when they finally broke jail, they managed to escape to foreign soil. Of course, this involved sleeping on the floor of what must be a train stop for farting customers. Of course, they're the best person in the world… probably
Comment your Guesses now!!!
Hmmm… its been a hard couple of weeks, but I'm finally getting there!!!
Last week – 1 class test, 1 group presentation (both for credit!) and this week another class test (tomorrow, wish me luck!)
Is it me, or are universities following the secondary schools & the sixth form effects of permenant testing? What happened to good old variation? Are we just being prepared for tests all the time? It certainly feels like it.
Anyway, I should get back to work – revision – yey!
November 01, 2005
Did a big presentation today for current uses of computers today – was very nerve racking!
In related news, I also discovered my voice wobbles as I get nervous, and I'm good with hand gestures!
If anyone was there, please give me feedback – I'm keen to improve!!!