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But only by dongle. Which is definitely not a fan of 40MB. One day I will have a proper, new computer, with a proper, broadband connection. But that day is not today.
I recall some outlandish promise a while back about getting yourself a computer and an internet connection at home once you had moved.
Most of that 40MB is just high-res photos of pigeons. I could make a colouring-in version for you.
No, RSPB computers have just been upgraded, so 40MB is now within reach, but it still scares me slightly.
It must have been hard writing your BA dissertation with a quill under candlelight
I read the bit that said 40MB, and stopped downloading it. An impressive piece of work, nonetheless.
Just read the bits I could understand: ie the acknowledgements!
Fantastic! Well done!
Your reward is 72 Swedish virgins
'The even bigger one' (cf. andy's BA)
more pigeons, less nihilism. www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~rmann/thesis.pdf
This year. After an exciting start in France, the plan currently involves Budapest and Scotland. Think I might go to Sweden too.
BTW, nice pics of Expo preparations!
Right, finally up to date! Every country has a picture.
So, what's next? :)
It means a message is addressed to you, the syntax is from Twitter (http://help.twitter.com/forums/10711/entries/14023)
Twitter is a popular microblogg.. never mind.
Does it mean something more than just 'andy'?
Gambia pick: http://picasaweb.google.com/andrewiaintaylor/Gambia#5299399793688867970
And here is our current joint map:
By popular demand (ok, one person asked me) you can now link to the country-bagging hexagon maps including your list of countries, and dynamically get a map back, for example:
Moreover, on the CB page our maps will now automatically update.
Updated CB, finally... @andy can you tell me which months you visited the following:
November/December 2009: Andy bags Vientiane and Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Vietnam and Hanoi.
Also, please pick a representative photo for the Gambia!
Congratulations. Remember with great power comes great responsibility. So, you shouldnt have any issues.
Ah I see: old news, Mr Mann
( using said honorific whilst it is still applicable)
M, you have been uncharacteristically slow in adding your own bag to the CB table. Perhaps you were just too ashamed of the barefaced silliness of it.
To have found the same jar in which to pose.
Got the angle all wrong though...
Online. How exciting! A very brief selection.