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New discovery – Belphegor’s Prime. It’s a prime number that is also a palindrome. It’s named after the Prince of Hell for ingenious inventions because it contains two sets of 13 zeroes with 666 in the centre. The palindromic prime number is 1000000000000066600000000000001.
Can’t actually get enough of this group right now.
> https://www.gravit-e.co.uk/would-you-pay-for-twitter-twitter-hope-so My ability to predict what will happen to online brands and tools has been running at 100% recently. I was at Open University yesterday and, over lunch, talk turned to social media. I pointed out a couple of what I thought were important trends right now – Facebook are Continue Reading
Before filing cabinets, we had the coolest desks These really are magnificent things to behold. I’ve been considering swapping out my IKEA desk for an “IKEA-Hack” desk and this has really given me some inspiration.
Dear Mr. Perfect Cupcake Maker, I clicked on the link to your article “10 steps to the PERFECT cupcake” when it appeared in my social media feed today. I am writing to let you know that it left me somewhat disappointed, to say the least. In an effort to stop Continue Reading
Tell me if any of these things have ever happened to you… You find a webpage containing a great piece of information for a project. You bookmark it. And then… You forget all about it You lose the bookmark amongst the thousands of others you’ve hoarded Your bookmark synchronization service Continue Reading
The original version of Bubble, based on an easy to learn plain text markup, is still available. If you can type or write a text message, you can format your script to industry standard using Bubble. Bubble Retro remains simple to use, will never use proprietary file formats, and does Continue Reading
People think that being a writer is a lonely undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be. One of the great joys of my writing life has been to meet other writers, become friends with other writers, and work on shared projects with writers, artists, editors, publishers, and more. It may Continue Reading
There are many lost episodes of Doctor Who. Back in the dim and distant past when storage capacity was measured in feet and inches rather than in terabytes, unwanted originals were discarded or destroyed and in some cases simply “taped over” with other content. “Power of the Daleks” is one Continue Reading
This week, I took on my first task as co-screenwriter of OffWorld – writing small introductory speeches for each of the actors to record, in character, to be shared on the Kickstarter page. Writing seven monologues back to back threw up some interesting challenges. Did I know enough about these characters Continue Reading