More Imagine Cup!

by admin 23. June 2004 22:00

Now for some of the fun stuff that has come out of the Imagine Cup. First of all check out the crazy happenings that Doug has going on. Lucky I was there to protect him from the croc!

My interview with Spencer Howson is now available online. I love the description of Prognosticator:

The 'Prognosticator' may sound like some vile medical procedure for questionable practices, but it's much friendlier than that.

And I finally linked myself up with Frank Arrigo's Aussie .NET bloggers list and even received a post from the man himself. I wonder if there's any moves to gather some of these bloggers to meet in person at TechEd in Canberra...

Addendum to my last post: We won our European Handball final last weekend as well. If there's any Brisbanites who want to join in a different style court sport then check out Handball at Salisbury Super Sports. We've changed the rules a bit from the European game but it's still great fun and really easy to pick up (and not as violent as Salisbury's indoor AFL/Gaelic Footy crossover)

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