Posted by sean on February 16, 2005 at 10:35 pm in Music, Website Stuff with No Comments


Firstly a big thank you to Mr. Hobart AKA Daninthemix AKA DJ Dan AKA Hob Rat, I could go on…

He has used his superb music skills to make me a mix especially for my birthday next month. I haven’t heard it yet and will probably wait until my birthday before I do have a listen. It’s online now for download, so if you fancy a listen you can get it from his website here.

Once again, thanks Dan, I’ll get you those Stephanie McIntosh screen captures you wanted even quicker now – even though I’ve taken half a century already! :o)

Anyway, you may have noticed that I have added a new section to Sparkster.net. The webcam has now returned. Unlike when it was run in the summer, I am using no 3rd party resources or servers. The images captured by the webcam are uploaded directly onto the Sparkster.net server.

While it won’t be online all the time due to me sleeping, working, out the house and not turning on the PC and webcam, you should be able to catch me if your lucky. I recommend tuning in during Leeds United games. If I’m not at the ground or it’s a televised game, more than likely I’ll be listening over the Internet.

I’ve been known to jump and dance around the room when Leeds score! Mind you, Leeds are playing top of the table Wigan on Saturday so I don’t think I’ll be doing much dancing.

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