Couldn’t help but use the title of a cheesy eighties rock track to point out that there’s just a few days remaining before Fliss, Kieran and Claire’s joint birthday party.
The 80’s extravaganza will feature a soundtrack recorded by myself – four hours plus of the most happening 80’s tunes!
Things will probably get a little hectic over the next few days as the build up continues, so I cant imagine I’ll have much time for updates here.
Of course, an event of this magnetude means there’ll be plenty of material on offer after the event! :o)
For the first time in its four year run, the UK version of the reality television show “Big Brother” has failed to include a house member of a non-hetrosexual persuasion.
Although production company Endemol refuted the claims as circumstantial, OffGay, the official watchdog set up to ensure adequate penetration of non-hetrosexual television personalities, issued the following statement:
“Endemol have been extremely short sighted this year – Big Brother needs at least a gay housemate – it’s part of the heritage of the show, even if they cant stretch to a lesbian.
Honestly, where do they think this years crop of Saturday morning telly presenters are going to come from? Brian Dowling will be moving into the evening slot any time soon and with Julian Clary getting a bit long in the tooth we really need a youth injection.
They’ll live to regret it, of course – come week five when there are fewer housemates and they’re down to the dull ugly birds, they’ll be crying out for someone to camp it up.”
With Graham Norton becoming more annoying by the evening, OffGay could have a point. However, it is a little rich of them to expect Big Brother to annually audition prospective non-straight personalities, before letting them practice on screen for a number of weeks.
By contrast, branding managers are said to “be over the moon” with the easy on the eye appearance of the majority of the contestants. With talking animals and computer generated advertising stars becoming a tired formula, you can bet that even mid-distance evictees will be selling us household products before the year is out.
Strange Banana randomly generates a CSS driven website design and encourages you to use the code as your own, if you wish.
While it’s a clever gimick, the designs look pretty similar to the CSS based cookie cutter sites that were the norm about a year and a half ago, before nice sites like Jimformation and the oft-mentioned Zeldman‘s site stood well out from the dull, CSS copy and paste crowd.
Strange Banana might be very clever, but it’s just a shoddy way for wannabe web designers to grab some code they don’t remotely understand and pass it off as their own. Worse than that, it’s not helping anybody learn anything in the way that Glish and Bluerobot do so well.