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sorry, could not resist ...

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the original is here and demands to be shopped, hard!
29th Sep 2004, 17:28   comments (4)

old school meets new school

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evening lights series

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fall has nice light
28th Sep 2004, 08:06   comments (0)

live shoppery monday

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mastercard/eurocard spotted by monkeypunk
27th Sep 2004, 07:25   comments (2)

niece (w. puma sneakers) and nephew (daredevil on slide)

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my niece got a brandnew pair of puma sneakers. story here...
25th Sep 2004, 08:23   comments (5)

long time no shoppery ... may i?

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4 more years of extremly safe driving...
w: "little tony in the backseat kept whining for us to shut the window,
but all things considered it was a great outing"

[those cars are found here. i so wants 1 !!!!11]
24th Sep 2004, 07:57   comments (3)

the evening light series

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23rd Sep 2004, 06:39   comments (4)

only 3 in 100 picture message

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if true this a scandal. they say it is so at media guardian. you might have to log in...
here's the head: New media Only three in 100 picture message Owen Gibson Tuesday September 21, 2004

Mobile camera phones are becoming an increasingly common sight at sporting events, pop concerts and bars. But new figures released today will make grim reading for the networks that subsidise them because users are turning their backs on picture messaging.

Inspired by lavish marketing campaigns, such as Vodafone's David Beckham ads, the number of mobile camera phone users has more than doubled in the past year.

But the research shows that the frequency with which camera phone owners are sending picture messages is decreasing as the overall user base grows. A year ago 8% of early adopters were sending a photo message once a day, which has dropped to 3%.
22nd Sep 2004, 07:28   comments (4)