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bigbob has entered a single link, has commented on an additional 2 links and has 3 links in their favourites folder.

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Link submitted by Sulkyblue on 2002-12-30

Contents include - Artwork, Links

Subjects include - icsf member/alumni, Homepage, History

Sulkyblue's homepage. Not a huge amount of stuff, just a random collection of bits and bobs, some of it recognisable from the icsf website ;o)
I like it *shrug*

Sulkyblue - 2002-12-30

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After Y2K

 After Y2K

Link submitted by Sulkyblue on 2003-01-07

Contents include - Humour, Artwork

Subjects include - Web comics

A peek into a parallel universe where the Y2K bug hit hard and civilisation crashed. Some nice artwork, many geek cameos and much in the way of Techno Talking Babes.
Archive dates back to 07/02/99

Sulkyblue - 2003-01-07

Tubes Rock!!!!
As do the Techo Talking Tube Twins

bigbob - 2003-01-07

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Link submitted by Alia on 2002-10-23

Contents include - Artwork, Humour

Subjects include - Web comics

Worship the comic.

Alia - 2002-10-23

This is an excellent daily comic, with good artwork and an ongoing storyline. It doesn't just go for gags, as the plot often gets centre stage. The story has included various sci-fi related parodies and some techy humour. If you have the time, it's well worth reading from the beginning! Sluggy comics are available in book form from specialist publisher Plan 9, who deal with this particular niche market. We have books 1-7 in the library if you prefer to read it offline ;) Archive back to the very first strip (25th August 1997).
Occasionally they do animations, but in general it's just a simple image each day.

John Kirk - 2002-12-02

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bigbob's Links

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Link submitted by bigbob on 2003-01-03

Contents include - Information

Subjects include - What's on, Entertainment

A very useful site for tv listings, espeically if you have multi-channel tv. Now more commercial, but well worth it. The windows program is also very good or was the last time i had a windows machine.
Very useable in my opinon.

bigbob - 2003-01-03

Yup, seconded. The Radio Times website has been really slow recently (to the extent that it's unusable), and DigiGuide gives more info than the printed copy of RT. In particular, it has season/episode numbers for most programs, which makes it a lot faster for me to do the weekly listing for ICSF :) If you look at free listings on the website, there are only 3 channels available. However, if you download the Windows client, you get every channel free for 30 days, then it's 6.99 a year, which is pretty good value.

John Kirk - 2003-01-04

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