Friday, 21 November 2008

Some fun stuff

I lived and worked in the US from November 1985 to August 1987. During that time I probably learned more about IT than at any other time. I worked on some cool projects met some cool people and had a great time.

I spent many a Saturday night on the lower east side of Manhattan and small bar were I listen and generally lost myself to "Joey Miserable and Worms". See the link to the left.

Normally I blog on tech stuff but this time, for fun and in memory and affection of those times I leave you Joey Miserable and the worms and Worm Opus.


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