Mark's Musings

A miscellany of opinions, thoughts, rants and comments

23 August 2006
by Mark
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What they didn’t do…

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Today’s website is an amusing piece of trivia. Notstarring.com is a site which lists all the roles that movie stars didn’t get, as opposed to the usual trivia telling us what roles they featured in. Did you know that Sean … Continue reading

22 August 2006
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What a load of Pollocks!

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Fancy yourself as an abstract painter? The online Jackson Pollock creator allows you to be as abstract as you want. Pointless, but addictive.

17 August 2006
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Looking at the past

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Something a bit cultural for today’s website! PastScape is a site run by English Heritage and contains an online database of the National Monuments Record. if you’re into historical architecture, archaeology and that kind of stuff, it’s really cool.

16 August 2006
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A word in your shell-like

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Today’s website is a resource for wordsmiths everywhere. The Phrase Finder lists the meanings and origins of over 1,200 English sayings, phrases and idioms and includes a discussion board where you can talk about, er, phrases.

16 August 2006
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Cook it!

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This is actually yesterday’s website of the day, as I was too busy to blog it last night! Anyway, this is a site for anyone who wants to rustle up a simple meal with limited ingredients, but isn’t sure what … Continue reading

1 August 2006
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Picture this

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Today’s website of the day is one which is great idea, but unfortunately could have been much better executed. Images of England aims to be a photographic record of every listed building in the country – I even found two … Continue reading