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Name: Joe Oldak
Place: Cambridge, UK

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T'other night we all went round to Hungry Rob's house for Scalextric. But this isn't your old-school stuff, this is digitally controlled slot-car racing action!

Multiple cars per lane, with lane changing, brakes, lap timer and all sorts! Fantastic stuff.

We even had a car themed cake, which Rob ate most of (obviously ;-)
20th Feb 2006, 21:25   | tags:,comments (5)

White Swan

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A panoramic Lee with beer.

In the second picture they're all wearing the same "I am Dave" badge. I mean actually the same badge - passed from one to the next and joined together using panoramic mode.
17th Feb 2006, 12:54   | tags:,comments (3)

Sunset in the Park

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Just walking home yesterday - was quite pretty so I got out the
trusty k750 'panoramic mode' again...
16th Feb 2006, 15:27   | tags:,comments (2)

Greene King

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I think I'm gonna have to respray my car!
16th Feb 2006, 13:48   | tags:,comments (3)

London to Cambridge Train

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Playing with panoramic shots on a not-too-exciting-late-night-post-curry train journey home...
4th Feb 2006, 11:32   | tags:,,comments (12)

Up (and Down) My Street

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You can do some fun things with panoramic mode. I shall experiment further in due course!
3rd Feb 2006, 16:27   | tags:,,comments (1)

Experimenting With Panoramic Mode

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It's quite good fun - I think you'll be seeing more panoramic shots in the near future!
1st Feb 2006, 21:07   | tags:,comments (5)

Fly Tipping

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A nice cycle in the Cambridgeshire countryside ruined only by the selfish wankers who decided to fill it with the detritus from their houses.

(I'm referring to the washing machine, matresses, doors etc, rather than my bike!)
1st Feb 2006, 21:06   | tags:,comments (2)