This page is badly out of date... you may want to visit my blog Electric Penguinland, the Fedora Jam wiki page or my Fedorapeople space. The only recent item here is the guitar string bend calculator.
Moved my PET camera schematic as one IP was downloading it at hourly to five minute intervals.
Added quite a lot from 2007; most significantly pictures from
Riga and Tallinn and my parents visiting
Cambridge. Also a few from Phil's
birthdays, visiting Downhill
(particularly Mussenden Temple),
a little bit of running
(well, light jogging), the occassional fireworks
and lots of pictures of trees
All albums, except for Norway ones, are accessible from the albums page.
Carelessly deleted links to
Started uploading newer photos, however ran into a little space problem. Result is some new photos, the rest unavailable until the admins smile on me.
More Ely, some shots taken around Cambridge in October.
Pictures from the Grantchester Fields running route, some more of the route to Ely, Chariots of Fire 2006.
Some more recent pictures and a master albums page:
- Guildford Cathedral and Spider webs.
- Ely Riverside and Jubilee Gardens
- Hannah and Wendy's birthday celebrations
New albums (and regenerated the old Norway ones). I'll get a proper index page done for them soon hopefully, but in the meantime:
- Roman Road and Wandlebury Park
- Waterbeach and the Towpath
- Turandot, Covent Garden
- MCR SummerX
- More Roman Road, Wandlebury Park, Wandlebury Ring
- Castle Ward and Mount Stewart
- MCR Barbecue
- Midsummer Night's Picnic
- View from Grantchester Rd, Coton
- Sand End
- Cycle to Ely
- Ely Cathedral (and surrounds)
Norway 2006 photographs now here. (NB: get a proper camera)
If this looks familiar it's because it's based on my older
Which still hasn't been updated. I will probably merge the two at some point in the future. For the moment, please just enjoy some pictures from a near lethal visit to Norway.
Schematic diagram of a PET camera and Line of Response tube. No relation to Norway whatsoever.
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Content copyright Ian Malone 2002-2005, except for the logos on the front page and where otherwise noted. Stylesheets and code cribbed from various sources on the web, see links section for a few.