Power Puzzle

For anyone who has been desperate to find a true techno-option to presenting the puzzle at the end of Both Sides Now – one of the plethora of missions in Service, Service – look no further. Omega Complex proudly presents the new fangled drag-n-drop slide puzzle ((Which works on some browsers, but not others. Internet Explorer 6, for example, doesn’t like it… I shall tweak and twiddle to see what can be done without breaking it everywhere else.)) version of

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PARANOIA in the Guide

BBC Communities include the Earth edition of the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, conceived by Douglas Adams as an encyclopedia by the people for the people – similar to the objective of Wikipedia. Launched in April 1999, I have been writing for the Guide since May 1999 and have around three dozen Edited Entries on all manner of topics trivial, frivolous and serious. As well as writing my own material from scratch, I have taken to rescuing entries by

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Flexible Friend

The Timeflex seems like a perfect area of experimentation for R&D (go to Solovyovdesign.com and click through Product and Timflex – yeah… spelling mistake on his part, but who cares…). Seeking to enhance user experience, minimise waste and maximise functionality, R&D create the Dataflex, a non-permanent, self-gumming PDC. All the functionality of a PDC without the bulk. New enhanced user interface with easy access to all favourite options. Troubleshooters can stick it to skin, clothes, weapons, walls… whatever. So, what

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