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  • Choco Leibniz

    In a rare excursion we delve in some Friday political commentary from Half Man Half Biscuit. It’s National Shite Day.

  • Mince pies

    It’s Christmas Eve, but more importantly it’s Friday and so time for a (very) vaguely Yuletide Biscuit in the form of Joy Division Oven Gloves.

  • Chocolate digestive

    It’s Friday. It’s time to dunk the Biscuit: My life is comfortable,
    But I don’t want that image for my band.
    Inside I’m reasonable,
    But I’ll make out they just don’t understand.When we don’t feel well let’s
    Put on some…

  • Pink wafer sandwich

    Friday Biscuit: A million housewives every day
    Pick up a can of beans and say
    ‘What an amazing example of syncronization.’He looked out of the aeroplane
    And saw the Alps way down below.
    His fixed his gaze upon the white terrain
    And he could see a portrait in…

  • Bourbon cream

    It’s the first Biscuit Friday of the year.

  • Hobnob

    Before I go, it’s Friday, so once more here’s your Biscuit: Elsewhere, disturbingly, it has been reported that fret Mackeson has crossed the Pennines and formed a tribute band call the North York Doors (from the North York Moors), who go around the pubs singing…

  • Biscuit time

    It’s Friday, it must be time for the Biscuit… Does your heroin lose it’s glamour on the washboad overnight? When your mother says Don’t do it, do you crack it up in spite? Do you rob your brother’s Giro, do you talk a load of shite? Does your…

  • Clichéd cynicism

    You won’t be hearing from me for a few days, so have yourself a terrific Christmas (happy holidays, fab festive season, whatever is PC this year) and a great New Year. And remember these wise words from the Biscuit: You moan at the snow
    Cos your car wouldn’t go. …

  • Fig Roll

    Seven months late, it?s Friday Biscuit time again. And welcome to the Amazon switcher.

  • No relegation

    The Friday bite of Biscuit: Late morning, hanging ’round a trap door.
    Saw a girl like I’ve never seen before.
    I wanna make her mathematically safe.
    Wanna keep her mathematically safe. from Mathematically Safe on Trouble Over Bridgwater.

  • Rich Tea

    I’ve added ‘remember me’ to blog comments. I haven’t asked, it just does it; is that bad? Anyway, with PHP, it was ridiculously easy. Set the cookie with setcookie(“author”,$author, time()+2592000,”/”) and retrieve it with $author=$_COOKIE[“author”] . …

  • Custard cream

    It’s that time of the week again. There’s people who can’t spell weird right, Driving ’round with thousands in the bank. But I get by; got a lot on my mind. I get by; got allotments on my mind. from Turned up Clocked on Laid off on…

  • Frame pain

    Douglas Bowman has been busy with a nice alternative to textual images and a some research into browsers’ treatment of frames given the lack of control provided by HTML standards. The Friday bite of Biscuit: I was just sitting there Eating a salmonella sandwich,

  • Colours

    EasyRGB has got a great tool for determining colour harmonies, perfect for someone with my eyes. Centricle has a brilliant table of CSS filters (hacks); note the smart column/row mouseovers. And I forgot last Friday’s HMHB. I’ll make up for it this week.

  • Garibaldi

    More Friday banter from the Biscuit: I should have just got a job on the bins.
    The pay’s better and I’d know some hard blokes.
    And I wouldn’t have to pretend
    That I know what rhetorical means.I could have been like Lou Barlow,
    But I’m more like Ken…

  • Fear the Pie!

    I love this current poster campaign from the British Heart Foundation.

  • No mention of mark-up

    Breeze is an elegant new minimalist theme for Mozilla. Googlebar is another great add-in from mozdev (source of the afore-mentioned Checky). It’s just like the IE Google toolbar, but for Mozilla. I’m a bit of a foodie, so it won’t come as much…

  • Shortbread finger

    Help save BBC 6 Music by getting Joy Division Oven Gloves to number 6 in the singles charts.

  • Dropped stitch

    I must admit to rather enjoying the recent coverage of Slipknot v. The Knitting & Crochet Guild, whose quarterly journal ‘Slipknot’ is causing some consternation among black-bedecked adolescent fans of the nu-metal shock rock combo. Perhaps a Google bomb is in…

  • Anchorman

    Bob Wilson retired from television yesterday. I think Half Man Half Biscuit said it best: Lord, I’ve tried the best I can
    I’ve asked everybody in Kazakhstan
    but I still don’t understand
    Bob Wilson – anchorman.I’ve been to Kent, Gwent and…

  • Browser quirk enlightenment

    Peter Paul Koch has just released QuirksMode, a huge resource exploring, explaining and working around the vagaries of browser support for CSS and JavaScript.

  • Ginger snap

    Oof. Someone was in die Hundehutte last night. A quiet evening in the Earth and Stars, iChatting to Dunstan (still in San Francisco) with Andy and Jeremy, ended up an early morning in the Spiegeltent. And there’s more Biscuit for y’all.

  • Normal service resumes

    Friday Biscuit: Out of curiosity
    I dug up Logie Baird
    And I asked him what petrified forests see<
    To make them all so scared. from Albert Hammond Bootleg on Back In The D.H.S.S. The website for this year’s Brighton Festival has got some thoughtful bits of…

  • A musical baton

    I’ve been passed a musical baton. If it’s good enough for Stuart, it’s good enough for me, so here goes: Total volume of music files on my computer: 14.9 Gb. The last CD I bought was: The last actual CD I bought was British Sea Power’s…

  • Real on virtual

    How real world events affect Internet traffic. Here is a Multimap.com bandwidth graph for the day that England beat Argentina: As you can see the match was between 12pm and 3pm. Note the little spike as people logged back on at half time for a quick fix of maps before the…

  • John Peel one year on

    It is exactly one year since John Peel died. This time last year I put together a compilation to celebrate what he had done for my music listening. At the time it was very much a personal thing but time marches on so here’s what I came up with.

  • Pompeii Interactive sale is on!

    Pompeii Interactive is a CD-ROM chock full of photographs, interactive maps, panoramas and detailed information about the ancient city of Pompeii in Italy. It is currently on sale at half the normal price until the end of March 2005.

  • Top Tunes 2010

    Here’s the track listing to my annual compilation. As ever, titled as ‘The Best Songs I Bought In 2010 Ever’.

  • Brown is the new grey

    Interconnected has been redesigned. It’s a neat non-table, 100% CSS design in brown (definitely the new grey). Note how the whitespace of the indented paragraphs describes a square. Nice. While I was there I spotted this: Patterns for Personal Web Sites, a compendium…

  • One heavenly breakfast

    My diet has been devoid of chilli over the past few months. Normally we eat lots of hot food – hotter the better – so I was becoming desperate for my fix. In a quiet moment, I made myself an delicious second breakfast to ease the craving.

  • Apostrophe s

    Why is the humble apostrophe so regularly misused and why are hairdressers so often the culprits? Ladie’s perm’s at half price (As the Guardian readers’ editor points out, journalists who should know better also get it wrong.) Apostrophes have two…

  • Top Tunes 2003

    I’ve recently been enjoying Asterisk’s Song of the Week feature, so much so that I may ‘borrow’ the idea. In the meantime, here’s the some personal recommendations by way of the track listing to my compilation ‘The Best Songs I Bought In 2003…

  • Sony reliability or not

    Straw poll: anyone else had problems with a Sony Ericsson T68i? I’ve just sent mine for repair under warranty. A minimum two weeks just to look at it, and point blank no replacement phone, says it all to me.

  • grinning

    Walking from the station to the office this morning, a peculiarly large number of people appeared to be smiling; almost chuckling to themselves. While this is entirely laudable behaviour, in London it is enough to make one feel somewhat paranoid. On a different note,…

  • High tackle

    It’s Friday! Biscuit time…

  • UKbloggers

    Over at UKbloggers we have started collecting submissions for our geographical directory of British blogs.

  • St Paul’s

    So thanks then, terrorists. You’ve just succeeded in bringing the families of millions of Londoners that bit closer together, giving them an increased love of their city and an enhanced appreciation of their way of life.

  • Interface widgets

    Christina Wodtke has created Widgetopia, a collection UI elements, and discusses solving user interface problems – by best practice or common practice?

  • Strictly necessary?

    Dan’s latest SimpleQuiz asks the question ‘When using the XHTML 1.0 Strict doctype, how would you launch links in a new window?.’ The problem to overcome is that the target attribute is deprecated and not available in XHTML 1.0 Strict. We’re not talking…

  • J.Spaceman Acoustic Mainlines

    Last night I went to see J.Spaceman on his Acoustic Mainlines tour, at Brighton’s newly refurbished Komedia. These are my thoughts on the evening.

  • ClagTunes episode 2

    The second episode of a music podcast, featuring tracks from the Steve Mason, Everything Everything, Delta Spirit and Broken Social Scene.

  • Real life savings through Web standards

    Following on from Doug Bowman’s recent article on potential bandwidth savings for Microsoft, in which he recounts using CSS to rebuild Microsoft’s home page, I’d like to restate here the points I made in my Ten Questions interview with the Web Standards Group.…

  • Trousers

    Some stupid fun for a Friday afternoon: Bond Films They Should Have Made. And some more Biscuit: I’ve got fur in my kettle and a film on my tea;
    I’m living in a hard water town.
    But I don’t let it get me down.[spoken]
    Should any man wish to make himself…

  • Dunwich Dynamo

    I’m tired; stiff and tired. Over Saturday night and into Sunday morning, I joined friends on the Dunwich Dynamo, a 120 mile night ride from Hackney to Dunwich on the Suffolk coast. It was to be the longest ride any of us had cycled in one day.

  • iPhone arrives

    Like many other Apple-loving tech companies yesterday, Clearleft were huddled around MacRumours following its coverage of Steve Jobs’s keynote. And Gruff Rhys.

  • I ran a marathon

    Last Sunday I completed the inaugural Brighton marathon. It was a great day, for a good cause.