Voice of the London Underground sacked for blogging funny fake announcement audio

The woman who reads the London Underground “next stop” announcements has apparently been sacked for keeping a blog in which she would record funny fake announcments, like “Residents of London are reminded that there are other places in Britain outside your stinking shithole of a city, and if you removed your heads from your arses for just a couple of minutes, you may realise that the M25 is not the edge of the Earth”

BOOMP3 has catpured the MP3s here

Her blog can be found here

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tumblr

Its been a long day and just as I was heading off to bed I picked up on a free tool for creating tumblelogs. Tumblr lets you quickly build a blog and post thoughts, photos, videos, quotes, links and conversations to it in a no messing, easy manner.

Yip its free and yes I’m there 

twitter me .. twitter you .. twitter anyone

twitter is a fast paced mini blog which enables you to update your friends, family and practically anyone else on the planet on your where’abouts, your thoughts, random ramblings and just about anything else you want to share.  You can use IM, SMS or WEB to post and its quick, easy and very popular !!!

my twitter 

Podcasts to help learn a new language

Learning a new language can take a lot of time, effort, dedication — so here is a set of Podcasts which you can download and listen to on your mp3 player or PC … learn while you walk 🙂

Free academic podcasts

A list of free online academic lectures to download and listen to on your mp3 player … either a good way to keep your mind sharp while travelling …. or another excuse to miss the real thing and just stay in bed. Some good topics though and remember, they are free

Flickr wallpaper submissions

From time to time I wander through Flichr and have a browse … this caught my eye and is very nice. Lots of user submissions on their best computer screen wallpapers.

Britian’s biggest blog

The National Trust is encouraging people to record a diary of their day on a website, as part of what is being called “Britain’s biggest blog”.

The blogs will then be stored by the British Library and at other locations.

The trust says it will create a “fascinating social history archive” of everyday life for future generations.

Runs October 17th