Posted by sean on October 4, 2004 at 7:02 pm in Geek Stuff, Movies, Video Games with No Comments

Well I got my new mobile – a Nokia 6230 and it is very impressive! Camera, MP3 player, FM Radio, Bluetooth and loads more. oh and it can make calls as well!

On Saturday my pre-order for the ‘Aladdin’ and ‘That Peter Kay Thing’ DVDs arrived. It’s been years since I’ve seen Aladdin and it was a real treat to be able to watch it again, the transfer onto DVD is also superb. Aladdin has never looked and sounded as good.

I’m a very big Peter Kay fan but have never seen this series ‘That Peter Kay Thing’ so was very keen when this was released on DVD. I’ve watched the first three episodes on the DVD (six in total) and think it is brilliant! The man is a very, very funny genius!

Some of you may also have noticed over the weekend that the site was down. This was due from a server move. My old site hosts CMDHosting were very good but a friend of mine is hosting my site for me on his server (also hosting his business teamclockwork) and the offer was too good to turn down.

Be sure to check out the new Fifa 2005 section of the website. It is a set of pages dedicated to the upcoming football game (released at the end of the week!).

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