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Friday, 11th January 2008

The Daily Fortnight

Site created by: Laurence Brown

Hello everyone, and welcome to the Space Year 2008.

Christmas might officially be over, but we'd like to spread a little bit of CrimbolarityTM further into the new year.

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Filed by: david under: news, satire, spoof, spotted

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Tuesday, 11th December 2007

Download: Doktor Cocacolamcdonalds Sell$ Out

Audio created by: Paul Bird

Doktor Cocacolamcdonalds has gone and released an album - for free!

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Filed by: david under: download, music, satire

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Thursday, 15th November 2007

Mother Worries CEO Son Might Fall Out Of Corner-Office Window

Audio created by: The Onion

News straight from the source: The Onion does podcasting! Hooray...

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Filed by: david under: odeo, podcast, satire

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Monday, 12th November 2007

Holly's Olympic Logo Campaign

Video created by: Holly Walsh

Stand-up comedian Holly Walsh reports from the front line.

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Filed by: kat under: satire, short film, youtube

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Thursday, 1st November 2007

Meish's Derivative TV Generator

Site created by: Meg Pickard

Meg Pickard has created another hilarious web toy with her derivative TV generator. Simply hit the big pink button to instantly create schedule-filling derivative TV ideas!

Filed by: david under: generator, satire, television

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