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28th Jan 2004, 12:50  

Melinda says:

What is causing the bright light? It almost looks like that house is on fire.

28th Jan 2004, 16:36

damien dixon(spam-at-whitetrashdesign-dot-com) says:

future phone cameras and darkness don't usually mix. looks like a street light to me - the ones that make the whole of Britiain light up with a strange orangey yellow glow at night time.

Then again, it might be a fire. We can always hope.

28th Jan 2004, 23:28

Warren says:

It's a streetlight, yeah. This is the phone on its night-filter setting -- the flare is the combination of that, the crappy lens, and the snow.

29th Jan 2004, 01:01

palmpixel says:

having listened (very carerfu7lly,, IM not joking!! posiytions fngers" to the idea of people wiyth night fileters I say nay, and yes! to gi9rls with goo0d vooiecs and nights out,.
That isall, you nastards,.

29th Jan 2004, 01:05

palmpixel says:

um, ok, I just read that and dont really (sort of vague maybe ish) remember writing it. you nastards? sheesh.

29th Jan 2004, 10:59

Warren says:

Piss artist.

29th Jan 2004, 12:36

palmpixel says:

thats actually being charitable.

All of the technology in my world broke this morning, I think I've got it working now tho, only took me 5 hours!

29th Jan 2004, 13:01

Melinda says:

Odd.
My computing technology has also exploded.

I think you should definitely define nastard. It will go in my dictionary of useable non-words.

29th Jan 2004, 16:01

t. says:

My night-filter doesn't work very well at all...it keeps putting little annoying bit of colour into the pictures...will try to fix this

t.

4th Feb 2004, 17:41

palmpixel says:

is it the T610? there is a built in colour correction with the little joystick if it is.

4th Feb 2004, 18:22