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Geek of the Week: Alice Liddell

This horror-themed Geek of the Week features Alice Liddell, the main character from the video games American McGee’s Alice and Alice: Madness returns. We all know Alice as the curious young girl who fell down the rabbit hole into a wondrous world of peculiar creatures, but there’s also a darker, more sinister story of Alice. 210 more words

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Cult Comic Essentials: Alice in Sunderland

Bryan Talbot takes the city of Sunderland and the story of Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell (the ‘real’ Alice) and around them spins a spectacularly diverse range of different stories. 68 more words

Comics

Dodgson's Adventures in Laudenum.

My disappointing intake of opiate had worn off by morning and I awoke naturally for the first time in several weeks. The general malaise and paranoia were not as acute on this morn as they had been during days past. 385 more words

Fiction

6th October 1865

Today in history, in the year 1865, the same year Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published, the day October 6th was declared a holiday for the character of the Mad Hatter because the tag in the ribbon of his hat displayed “10 and 6 pence,” which was how prices were calculated in England during the period of the 1800s. 99 more words

History

The Welsh Wonderland – Welsh Coastal Life, June 2014

To celebrate the link between Llandudno and Alice Liddell, the girl who inspired the Alice in Wonderland tales, a new town trail and smartphone app are to be launched in the seaside resort – just follow the white rabbit… 106 more words

"In A World of My Own" from "Alice in Wonderland"

“Cats and rabbits,

Would reside in fancy, little houses,

And be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers.

In a world of my own.”

- Alice Liddell

Musicals

No error description in text property of IOErrorEvent, only error number

I am using in my application a swfLoader and I am listening IOErrorEvent, something like this:

<mx:SWFLoader id="Load" ioError="IOErrorHandler(event)"/>

then I am catching some IO errors and show them as a text in some label: 97 more words

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