Monthly Archives: September 2009

Linkblogging For 29/09/09

I really am sorry for the continuing lack of Actual Content here, but I’m physically and mentally drained at the moment – not just exhausted but ill enough from overwork that I actually had to go and have my heart … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 28/09/09

Sorry there’s no real content here for the last few days… I’m utterly, utterly exhausted by work stuff at the moment. I’ve started three posts (one on Darkseid, one on Big Finish, and a playlist) but not had anything like … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 27/09/09

I’ve got a few things I want to write about over the next couple of days – I want to do a Wednesday Comics review, a Spotify playlist and a Doctor Who post, just for a start – but for … Continue reading

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Quick Extremely Technical Question

Does anyone have, or know where I can find, a prebuilt Linux kernel .deb with realtime scheduling suitable for Debian Squeeze/SID ? I want to do some recording of music on my laptop, but my current kernel version is not … Continue reading

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The Beatles Mono Reviews 3 – With The Beatles

An edited version of this essay is now included in my book The Beatles In Mono. Hardback paperback With The Beatles, the band’s second album, is a triumph of style over substance. Significantly inferior to the albums immediately preceding and … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 23/09/09

Posting will probably be light for the next few days, as it’s a busy time at work. To tide you over, here are some links. Al Ewing is reviewing Beatles: Rock Band one song at a time. The interesting thing … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 22/09/09

So right now I’m quite glad I *couldn’t* make it to conference… reports coming back seem to show the leadership and rank-and-file at each other’s throats, because the leadership seem to be making increasingly bizarre pronouncements. Or at least, that’s … Continue reading

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