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February 20, 2006

As I alluded to earlier, during the F-up I lost all of my audio files and my podcast xml feed, which was a bit of a downer as I'd just updated it so you could download almost all of my previous 20 Podcasts. Luckily I had a backup of the audio files, and they are now back on the server available to download: go mad. Unfortunately I didn't have a back up of the Podcast xml feed, so - although there is a limited version up live on the server now - that will take a little longer to restore (the time it takes me to rewrite the whole thing in fact)..

In the meantime, download any of my podcast episodes directly from here. Woop.
Episode #02 - 19th April 2005 // 58.1MB
Episode #03 - 27th April 2005 // 53.6MB
Episode #04 - 5th May 2005 // 51.2MB
Episode #06 - 19th May 2005 // 50.6MB
Episode #07 - 6th June 2005 // 54.0MB
Episode #08 - 30th June 2005 // 70.6MB
Episode #09 - 12th July 2005 // 58.1MB
Episode #10 - 22nd July 2005 // 56.1MB
Episode #11 - 9th August 2005 // 59.0MB
Episode #12 - 6th September 2005 // 55.8MB
Episode #13 - 13th September 2005 // 50.1MB
Episode #14 - 27th September 2005 // 47.8MB
Episode #15 - 7th October 2005 // 55.8MB
Episode #16 - 1st November 2005 // 52.6MB
Episode #17 - 6th November 2005 // 67.2MB
Episode #18 - 23rd November 2005 // 57.3MB
Episode #19 - 17th December 2005 // 54.8MB
Episode #20 - 10th February 2006 // 48.7MB

Or browse the posts which relate to these Podcasts here: Mixes Archive


PS: Katamari Damarcy flash game. Does anyone know what the aim of the game is?

 Posted by Chris at February 20, 2006 05:54 PM |  Category: Internet, Mixes, Spaz

Comments

 20jfg says:

wow, that games is awsome - i just collected everything until the ball got bigger and bigger and made a picture apear behind then clicked and it all exploded again. going to ask my j friends what its all about and let you know.

February 24, 2006 10:26 AM
 Chris says:

It's mental isn't it? I think there's a PS2 game of the same name which I presume actually has a point; but what are you meant to do once the whole world has stuck to the ball and there's nothing but a child's drawing of yourself left? It's a game for serial insomniacs and ADD kids without doubt.

February 24, 2006 11:45 AM
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