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Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:05, 29/4/2002 | , , ,
 
Just a quicky dears...

ARM Announces Next Generation ARM11 Microarchitecture. Sigh, further behind...

Microsoft to buy out struggling ITV Digital? The BBC and Guardian seem to think so. Where does that leave Pace?

And remember, The Internet is for Everyone.
 
  News bites
  (10:30 29/4/2002)
  Richard Goodwin (10:51 29/4/2002)
    Richard Goodwin (12:26 29/4/2002)
      John Hoare (13:57 29/4/2002)
        Mr Jake Monkeyson (14:06 29/4/2002)
          Guest (15:58 29/4/2002)
            Guest (09:06 30/4/2002)
              Richard Goodwin (10:05 30/4/2002)
                Guest (12:40 30/4/2002)
                  Guest (13:32 30/4/2002)
                    Richard Goodwin (13:49 30/4/2002)
                      Margaret Thatcher (14:10 30/4/2002)
                        Richard Goodwin (14:33 30/4/2002)
                          julian (19:13 1/5/2002)
                            Mr Jake Monkeyson (09:38 3/5/2002)
 
Andrew C. Poole Message #90863, posted at 10:30, 29/4/2002
Unregistered user I think Microsoft just want the monkey to promote their own products!
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Richard Goodwin Message #90864, posted at 10:51, 29/4/2002, in reply to message #90863
Unregistered user Explain it to me again, go on. Good Monkey.
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Richard Goodwin Message #90865, posted at 12:26, 29/4/2002, in reply to message #90864
Unregistered user BTW, silicon.com are reporting that the monkeys that were given away with STBs are now fetching over 80 quid on eBay, and some companies are offering UKP 10,000 a year for the right to use him in their own advertising :) (queue jokes about the monkeys being worth more than the company)
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John Hoare Message #90866, posted at 13:57, 29/4/2002, in reply to message #90865
Unregistered user One of my friends has an ITV Digital monkey. It's very cuddly.
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Mr Jake Monkeyson Message #90867, posted at 14:06, 29/4/2002, in reply to message #90866
Unregistered user I've just sent a knitting pattern and some wool off to my grandma, who is going to knit one for me!
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Guest Message #90868, posted at 15:58, 29/4/2002, in reply to message #90867
Unregistered user ARM11 CPU in the 4Q 2002? So does this mean that we will see an ARM11 earlier than an ARM10? AFAIK the ARM10 is not really available at the moment?

Michael
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Guest Message #90869, posted at 09:06, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90868
Unregistered user 'Dears' - have you gone odd Rich?
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Richard Goodwin Message #90870, posted at 10:05, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90869
Unregistered user I was in a whimsical mood, and trying to figure an amusing intro based on "quicky". Obviously I failed, but hey, I tried.
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Guest Message #90871, posted at 12:40, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90870
Unregistered user I think you gave a somewhat different impression, ducky... but I'm sure it was unintentional.
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Guest Message #90872, posted at 13:32, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90871
Unregistered user I didn't say that Rich if you're IP snatching!
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Richard Goodwin Message #90873, posted at 13:49, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90872
Unregistered user IP snatching?
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Margaret Thatcher Message #90874, posted at 14:10, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90873
Unregistered user Yes, thusly.
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Richard Goodwin Message #90875, posted at 14:33, 30/4/2002, in reply to message #90874
Unregistered user Are you just trying to be confusing?
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julian Message #90876, posted at 19:13, 1/5/2002, in reply to message #90875
Unregistered user Mr Jake Monkeyson, my wife has always wonted one.
Please could you email us the knitting pattern so she could knit one.
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Mr Jake Monkeyson Message #90877, posted at 09:38, 3/5/2002, in reply to message #90876
Unregistered user Entire kits, including wool, can be bought from http://www.mavis-crafts.com/Patterns/monkey.php

We got ours direct from Sirdar, who created the pattern itself. Can't find them on the web, but I could get the postal address for you.

If you just want the pattern, try http://www.eveshamdallimores.fsnet.co.uk/knitting.htm

I'm not sure if it's the same one...
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