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July 9, 2007

Millie Holmes – It was the cleavage that did it. Blame the TV show, they’re probably all on P.

May 28, 2007

For our last column of the semester, we’d thought we’d do something a bit different. Instead of the usual intelligent, insightful analysis of all things Internet related that you all have grown accustomed to, we decided to write about someone much closer to our hearts. Someone we are personally attached to. Britney.

May 21, 2007

We’ve got MySpace, why the hell do we need the rest of them? Everyone has MySpace these days, so it makes sense that others have tried to cash in. Hence the many more ‘networking’ sites which have spewed forth on to the web.

May 14, 2007

This week, we were short on time and ideas. So we decided to go to the lowest common denominator and talk about stupid (but fun) websites that we get into, because we are procrastinating gossip mongers.

April 30, 2007

Midlife Crisis ahoy. Manson’s right smack in the midst of one. We just know it. And here are the reasons why:

April 2, 2007

This week, we decided to be really topical. Just to, you know, be kind of different. So what could we do to be topical? Oh, I don’t know – how about old Rockstar Supernova?

March 26, 2007

Keira Knightley’s dreams finally come true So, the inevitable has finally happened and someone ( has made a Pirates of the Caribbean porno comic. But it was always going to happen.

March 19, 2007

For when you are decaying you hear many wishes whispered in the wind, Unable to tune them out because of the torment from the countless ways you have sinned. Not appreciating what’s around us will only lead to our end, For when you are captive in the Underworld, you see nothing but the dead. Excerpt […]

March 12, 2007

Last week we started a MySpace experiment. We became ‘Gwen’, a 22 girl from Auckland whose interests included Polaroid photographs, CSS and fashion.

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