>> MINIMAL NEWS <<
like the 2 Live Crew's
Thanks to everyone who made it along to last week's post-Etech
free-for-all, apologies to anyone who was turned away because
sign-ups were full, and "Well, we'll let you off this time" to
those of you who just went ahead and came along anyway. But
don't worry if you missed it, because we recorded everything
in the now-fashionable form of downloadable "pod-casts":
- though please note that, in deference to the current "mix-
up" craze, we've "re-mashed" the audio so that much of the
dialogue convincingly resembles a youthfully idealistic
webcast from the late 1990s, complete with baffling-to-our-
modern-ears references to "Windows 98" and (the original)
"Grand Theft Auto". Annoyingly, this seems to have overwritten
the rest of the event recording, though you can probably
imagine what that must have been like by perusing the links
below - further feedback will appear in the very next issue of
NTK, due sometime around 2007-04-01, according to our current
breakneck production schedule.
- quite an impressively comprehensive overview
- this is a slightly better URL for Dan Catt though
>> SMALL PRINT <<
Need to Know is a useful and interesting UK digest of things that
happened last month or might happen next month. You can read it
on Friday afternoon or print it out then take it home if you have
nothing better to do. It is compiled by NTK from stuff they get sent.
Registered at the Post Office as
"like Jodie Foster 'inspired' John Hinckley..?"
NEED TO KNOW
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