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Fri May 24 08:49
#ff those who may make this soggy bank holiday enjoyable @sealskinz @SainsburyCentre @LOVEFiLM_UK @GoApeTribe
Wed May 22 10:18
Yahoo! have revealed a Flickr revamp which looks good.Let's hope they do a good job with Tumblr, unlikely as that is! http://t.co/RP3OEkLjGX
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