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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 22:02 on 30 October 2005.
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Today sees the start of Daylight Saving in NSW, ACT, VIC, SA and TAS, something which I find un-necessary and would find easier to live with if the time was just put in one spot and left there so our body clocks arn't overwound every 4th and 11th month each year, something that the banana benders, sandgropers and territorians don't have to put up with.

On that note, I have a weeks' holidays and I am going to use the time to write a forum application for this website. This basically means that there will soon be a web based forum here where people can post their questions, ideas, suggestions, whatever. Registration will be necessary, like most forums require though I will make this a perfectly simple process and this will allow people to 'own' the username they choose to use here.

Providing I don't bump into any issues with coding the forum should be up fairly quickly, say, in the next week or two. I hope!


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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