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Psssst, over here!
Don't waste your time looking at 'His' site. Head over to mine, it's much prettier, and obviously more interesting.
Thank you for visiting Toby's home on the internet. Unlike his real home, there's no dust, and you won't be expected to bring a bottle when visiting.
a blog
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Everyone else is doing it. You might point out that it doesn't necessarily mean that I should as well, but it's too late now. Here be talks, recipes, Headless Pigeons, my British Military Fitness story, and an attempt at a TV cookery demonstration and more.
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For fun, I occasionally stand up in front of groups of people and talk about science and maths.
solar data
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Toxic Towers rather conspicuously has eleven solar panels on top of it. They generate electricity, and earn money for us. I obsess about them a lot.
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We own a cat called Fatwans. Or more properly, she owns us. She is grumpy, standoffish, demanding, and devastatingly beautiful.
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Geocaching is high-tech treasure hunting using GPS. I’ve hidden a cache up on Sedgley Beacon. You’ll have to solve this puzzle first, though.
test chambers
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Portal 2 is the best computer game ever. Don’t argue: it just is. I’ve designed several levels for it. They are ace. Don't argue about that either.
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What personal web site would be complete without a gallery?  There are some pictures of me, some pictures of some other things, and some pictures I drew in Paint (proud of those).
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A potted history, and ways to contact me.  If you have any suggestions for this section, please email them to nice-things and bear in mind that I can be a cruel and vengeful Dignut, if the mood takes me.

Other sites of interest: Is it dustbin day?

My birthday is coming in:
Toby was created in a bizarre industrial accident involving a quantity of mercury, ethanol, polonium 210, and Cillit Bang.
Q: What do chickens put their letters in?

A: Henvelopes!
Assembled at:
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Meow meow:
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