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A bug catalogue for bug lovers!

 
 
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      09-16-2005

Dude is off to a leather party!

http://living-jewels.com/gymnopholus_regalis.htm

This one likes metal

http://living-jewels.com/batesi.htm

Plenty more here

http://living-jewels.com/photo.htm

 
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Robert C.
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      09-16-2005
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> Dude is off to a leather party!
>
> http://living-jewels.com/gymnopholus_regalis.htm
>
> This one likes metal
>
> http://living-jewels.com/batesi.htm
>
> Plenty more here
>
> http://living-jewels.com/photo.htm
>


A perfect site for the "entomologist" in all of us. Inspiration to try those
macro lenses, closeup rings, extention tubes, ... "TOO CLOSE" maybe?


 
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Keith Sheppard
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      09-16-2005
(Almost) completely off topic but the original computer "bug" has struck
again. Local radio news has spent the last couple of days reporting chaos
on a roundabout over the M4 motorway this week because the traffic lights
had reverted to an inappropriate phasing.

Investigations have finally diagnosed the problem to a bug - in this case a
spider, shorting out connections in one of the control boxes.

Although, as one caller asked, is this correctly diagnosed as a computer bug
or is it simply a web problem?

Keith



 
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David Littlewood
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      09-16-2005
In article <fnvWe.7608$(E-Mail Removed)>, Keith Sheppard
<(E-Mail Removed)> writes
>(Almost) completely off topic but the original computer "bug" has struck
>again. Local radio news has spent the last couple of days reporting chaos
>on a roundabout over the M4 motorway this week because the traffic lights
>had reverted to an inappropriate phasing.
>
>Investigations have finally diagnosed the problem to a bug - in this case a
>spider, shorting out connections in one of the control boxes.
>
>Although, as one caller asked, is this correctly diagnosed as a computer bug
>or is it simply a web problem?
>
>Keith
>

Sounds like a fly in the ointment to me. Or red spider mite.
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kashe@sonic.net
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      09-19-2005
On Fri, 16 Sep 2005 12:05:36 +0100, David Littlewood
<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>In article <fnvWe.7608$(E-Mail Removed)>, Keith Sheppard
><(E-Mail Removed)> writes
>>(Almost) completely off topic but the original computer "bug" has struck
>>again. Local radio news has spent the last couple of days reporting chaos
>>on a roundabout over the M4 motorway this week because the traffic lights
>>had reverted to an inappropriate phasing.
>>
>>Investigations have finally diagnosed the problem to a bug - in this case a
>>spider, shorting out connections in one of the control boxes.
>>
>>Although, as one caller asked, is this correctly diagnosed as a computer bug
>>or is it simply a web problem?
>>
>>Keith
>>

>Sounds like a fly in the ointment to me. Or red spider mite.


If it was a spider, I'm sure all the spinnerets in the traffic
department will be trying to show it was someone else's fault.
 
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