|Virtual Press Room
||The construction of a Content Management System for the IAU General Assembly will give me the chance to redesign allrite.net as well.
||We may not live in Orwell's 1984 society, but there are elements of it in our lives today.
|Sydney Symphony Superdome Spectacular 2003
||This year's Sydney Symphony Superdome Spectacular 2003 was a bit of a disappointment.
|Gas clouds and telescopes
||An astronomy media release posted on Slashdot gives our server a serve.
||A grey ride home in the train.
|Nationalism, sports and politics
||What the US does politically, Australia does on the sports field.
||Must finish project. Too tired to finish project.
||Move over Steve Waugh, my lunchtime batting is on fire!
|The storm breaks
||The dust storm in Sydney felt like a portent of the war.
|And so the war begins
||The US and Australia are off to war with Iraq. I don't think the world is a better place for it.
|Vote 1 Talkback Radio
||John Brogden, leader of the NSW Liberal Party doesn't impress me during a face to face meeting.
|Friday at last
||Focussed on a project, my brain would rather wander.
|Dinosaurs and Houses
||Panic over an electricity disconnection and a visit to the Chinese dinosaurs exhibition.
|More memories of Mt Stromlo
||Mt Stromlo dominates our thoughts at the ATNF.
|The Fires of Canberra - Lament for Mount Stromlo
||The Canberra bushfires have not only caused incredible human tragedy, the have also damaged Australian astronomy.
|Friday in the Oven
||Planning for the trip to New Zealand.
|Happy New Year
||Happy New Year.
|Fire and the Eclipse
||On the day of the eclipse, bushfires strike.
|A hill too far away
||Reminiscing about dreams of escape.
||At Parkes to give a presentation.
|K-19: The Widowmaker
||K-19: The Widowmaker is an overly long and slow movie of an accident on a nuclear submarine.
||We celebrated our first wedding anniversary by returning to the Novotel Brighton Le Sands.
|An alarming day
||Woken up by house alarm, broken laptop, bad day.
||3 movies in 3 days: Pleasantville, Red Dragon and Galaxy Quest.
|Viva La France!
||I need a holiday. A second honeymoon to Paris would be nice!
|I feel sick
||I feel sick. The sky turned brown then blue and I still cannot auto thumbnail images.
|Star Wars Saturday
||A visit to a Star Wars exhibition and an evening bushwalk made this a great Saturday.
|Asia on the mind
||Thinking of Asia, reflecting on holidays in the region and the bombing in Bali.
|The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Sheet Music
||A review of the piano sheet music album to Howard Shores score to Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.
|Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Sheet Music
||A brief review of the Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones sheet music for the piano.
||Bushfires already? In Spring?
||The website has a new title bar and colour scheme.
|Anniversary of the luckiest unlucky day
||Nine years since I met B on IRC.
|World's funniest joke?
||Researchers believe that they have found the world's funniest joke.
|Documentation is Zzzzz....
||Learning how to model data and design databases is boring, implementing it doubly so.
||Censorware stupidity as a newspaper article is blocked.
||A couple of photos of Cronulla beach.
||Soccer fans are anti-matter while AFL fans are bosons.
|Saturday night in a painted room
||Finished painting the study and the guest room.
||Home improvement and programming all weekend.
||Down memory lane with websites featuring early 80's tv series.
||The first soundtrack I ever listened to was Battlestar Galactica.
||Getting serious about research witht he urge to listen to James Horner scores.
||Sometimes I'm more productive working at home.
|New Section - Memoirs of a Maths Student
||Memoirs of a Maths Student is a new section on this website detailing my experiences as a student.
|Dreaming of Research
||Feel like doing a science assignment right now.
||Signs is like watching your nightmares on the big screen. Terrifying.
|We didn't have an Elvis wedding...
||Our wedding celebrant, Russell Hansen, was seen on TV.
|When Astronomers Fear
||A quote from astronomer Bill Napier in his novel Nemesis.
||The blog begins.