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Suzanne Vega Fanclub

Hmmmm ! A non-alphabetical list isn't really the same as an index.

To put it another way if I want to find a film, which I am not sure about when it came out (or for that matter if you have even reviewed it), I have to go through every randomly listed film, in every year, to find it, and then search again to find the day it was reviewed ?

SpankTM

These are valid points, but need to be balanced against the fact that I'm a lazy bastard.

(Also, have you tried doing CTRL-F on this page?)

Suzanne Vega Fanclub

Ctrl F, what the F is that ?

Well okay that highlighted 'El Valley Centro' in the relevant year which I used as an example. But then a lot more work is required to go and plough through every day of that year's festival to find a review of it.

HOWEVER by using your search engine at the top left hand side of your blog, I was able to go to a brilliant review of that film in seconds. So what I suggest you do is list all the films alphabetically (dump the year thing) and then just highlight the search engine facility.

SpankTM

CTRL-F works fine on this page, too:
http://spank-the-monkey.typepad.com/blog/2006/10/repost_london_f_2.html

I've never really been convinced by the Rollyo search engine box, to be honest. It never seems to be able to find the particular pages I want whenever I use it. But right now, there don't seem to be any real alternatives available.
http://www.sixapart.com/typepad/widgets/search/

Old lag

Spank, challenge you to go to the Cook Islands in 2010 to see the eclipse for that year.

SpankTM

The only thing I really know about the Cook Islands is that their websites are COCK.

http://www.combell.com/en/domain-names/international-domain-names/oceania/cook-islands/co.ck

Vintage Ring

Wow! Amazing how much nice movies you saw there. I never was in London's Film Festival, but I watched many of those films in cinemas and home. Very nice post, I remember some of the old movies I liked in the past:)

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Salwarekameez

"Have yourselves a good old browse through, and try not to think too hard about how much the tickets for all this lot have cost me over the last couple of decades." I think ticket cost doesn't matter for as long as you have enjoyed what you've paid for, right? I really envy your "experience".

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