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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 23 March 2006 (Day View)
23.03.2006 – Thursday 23 March – Fire Ants, Bikes & Deceased Cats
- • Maz dropped over while Lisa was attending a job interview, and we reset the modem, which then worked, fixing my internet connectivity problems. Just as he was leaving, a team of fire-ant finders turned up and checked the premise for fire ants.
- • I implemented a user account system for the Jianshe site. It rained a little.
- • I walked to a “non profit” bike place in West End, looking for a cheap pushbike. On the way, I met Clint, who was on his way to bury his cat, so got a lift to South Bank with him.