All entries for January 2005
January 30, 2005
If you've read the comments for my entry Union Elections then you'll know one of the comments I made was:
Don't vote awsome, vote for RON!
RON for all Union positions!!!
Who's with me!?
I have just received an email from Simon Lucas, the President of the Student's Union, in which he said
I'd imagine you were unaware that this comment constitutes a breach of the Union's Constitutional appendix on elections, which states that:
"6.9 - No member may promote Re-Open Nominations."
I'm afraid that as a member of the Students' Union you are bound by these rules whether you were aware of them or not.
and asked that the comment be removed.
If we were to go by the letter of the rules (as some people would have me do) then I should now be convening a disciplinary to look into this
So, of course, I'm very grateful that he'd prefer not to do this, and he also said he knew I didn't mean any harm.
The comment was not meant to be at all serious but, as requested, I have removed it and would just like to say:
Sorry, I didn't realise
January 29, 2005
January 23, 2005
So far today, I've, well, I've vacuumed my room, but the principle is sound…
I've also watched a few Family Guys and played on the computer, but vacuuming was the only worthwhile thing I've done.
January 21, 2005
January 20, 2005
January 19, 2005
- More seats
- A bigger auditorium
- A bigger screen
- A better sound system
- A more varied schedule
- A schedule arranged in collaboration with students
- Cheaper tickets
- The Allnighter
- The ability to show 70mm films
- and probably a few things I can't think of right now
It may just be my imagination, but that all sound eerily familiar…
January 15, 2005
I've put my blog on my site so that I have some control over how it looks. It's not completely finished, but it's finished enough to be useable. It's at
and only shows the latest 10 entries (basically it's the main page with a different look) so it's mainly intended for reading the latest entries; all the links go to the appropriate page on the Warwick Blogs site so comments can be made, or what have you.
If you're at all interested, I used the RSS feed and a slightly modified Python script I found online to get a workable text file, and then the PHP script formats it nicely and voila