April 14th, 2006 at 07:00am
After a good suggestion from a reader, I added next and previous post links to the site.
Summernats came to Canberra, and was certainly not the problem free, family friendly event that the organisers insist on advertising it as. Before this sets off another round of local car entusiasts getting angry at me, I have no problem with car enthusiasts who are sensible and obey the law…I just have a problem with the minority who are utter morons.
I showed you my 2005 Santa Photo.
There was a visit from a possum.
Somebody going by the name of “pintail” accused me of being selfish for not linking to everyone and everything that links to my blog.
I made some predictions about the direction of IT in 2006.
SBS stopped using the services of Robbie McGregor for their voiceovers.
Daniel Gibson made his first appearance on this website in a video where he was showing off one of my works of art.
Wayne Mac released the highly awaited book “Don’t Touch That Dial, Hits ‘n’ Memories Of Australian Radio”
This blog became a proud member of PANDORA, The National Library of Australia’s Internet archive.
Samuel’s Persiflage #2, which featured an extensive interview with Wayne Mac was released.
One of the worst vulnerabilities ever found in a Microsoft product, the WMF Exploit, was finally laid to rest.
Larry Emdur joined Channel Seven and Wheel Of Fortune.
That more or less sums up January…and with the February summary coming tomorrow morning, we must be getting very close to the birthday of Samuel’s Blog!
Entry Filed under: Year In Review