I’ve mentioned The Banyan Tree earlier on this blog, but for new readers all you need to know is that it’s the best Indian restaurant in Peterborough. Next to the Cock Inn in Werrington to be precise.
Their new website is now live and at a glance is one of the best websites I’ve seen for a restaurant – well, would you expect anything less from the Banyan Tree?
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It’s now been 24 hours since the redesigned HotUKDeals website was launched and now I’ve had time to get acquainted with the new layout I must say it’s not all that bad.
Whilst the users on the HUKD forums are berating about being ignored in such a radical change, the guys behind the site have been firefighting a number of technical issues and it now appears that the site is working without error.
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Leading UK “deal anarchist” website, HotUKDeals has launched it’s redesign website to mixed reaction.
The site which Quidco-founder Paul Nikkel had a hand in running, is a community driven website discussing the latest and greatest deals, special offers and mispriced items for sale online and on the High Street.
I’m not convinced the move was a particularly good one for a number of reasons:
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New line up announcements for the 2008 Isle of Wight Festival are flooding in fast. It’s now looking to be the best the IoW has seen in years and that’s saying something when we’ve seen The Prodigy, Foo Fighters, Coldplay and The Rolling Stones.
Ok, so I’m not going and I’ll have to get over that at some point but you have no excuse and should have your tickets booked and your cowboy hats packed!
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As far as I’m concerned, for me the Isle of Wight Festival for 2008 has been cancelled.
It’s a shame because the line up is one of the best for years: The Kaiser Chiefs, Sex Pistols and The Police have been announced as headlining Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Other acts announced so far include Lily Allen, The Enemy, James, The Zutons, Kate Nash, Iggy & The Stooges and KT Tunstall.
If you’re a fan of music then without a doubt you’re going to have a fantastic time at the festival, so it’s a shame that the organisers have seen fit to well and truly fleece their customers with 2008 ticket sales.
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It seems Nissan GB are planning to punish anyone that thinks importing the new GT-R to sell on at a profit is a good idea. Continue reading “Nissan to price fix new GT-R”
As far as I know, this Corsa could be the first non-Audi to sport the strip of lights although in this case they are used to highlight part of the bumper rather than being a part of the headlamp unit.
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So who says the 10 Downing Street website never pay any attention to the ePetitions?
The recent petition asking for BBC Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson to be appointed the Minister for Transport has finally received an official response:
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