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Various events

Andy shows off his tattoo.

Boys play arcade game Nobby's last day
Architect party Brian, Waltzer and Mandy
Sunset at Dun Laoghaire Ruth and her friend
Guy walks into the frame Andy's tattoo
  Issy with tongue in Steve's ear
ANTICS
QUOTE OF THE WEEK:

Hector: “I don't have time for long exposures, I'd rather be out getting stoned.”
One of my new lecturers gives us the low down on the photography course

AROUND TOWN:
Student circles art gallery listings with good intentions
O'Sheas worried at massive drop off in businessr
Young Fraiser fan wishes he was old enough to have seen Cheers first time around

SERVICES

SEARCH WALTZER

Search through the archives.

GOOGLE SEARCH

Search the web.

FRIENDS SITES:
Waltzer and Brian's Design awards
Mark Jordan's Punchbear
Larry, Gareth and Ed's Danger Here football site
Alan Currie's Purgatory Records record label
LOVE THESE SITES:
Huny C. Young's weblog and excellent graphic experiments
The Designers Republic graphic design company.  The best design ever!
The Onion, extraordinary sarcastic newspaper.

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WALTZER.NET
CONTRIBUTE
The Waltzer Experience is a Tuesday weekly underground culture magazine. Waltzer welcomes your rants to waltzer@waltzer.net.
ALAN WALL
Alan Wall is a graphic designer who's interested in photography, web design and Dublin culture.

Launching New Waltzer.net!

As has been plainly obvious from the last few months on Waltzer.net, the site, as an underground Company newsletter, is suffering from my not actually working for the company.

This has left me with the dilemma of what to actually write about. So I have decided to launch a new version of the site, and confine the old company-orientated version to the archives. While keeping the core ideas the same (photography and writing), the new site will be more dynamic, more surprising, and written with more passion, wit and enthusiasm.

I want to write what I like and know about, like photography, retro computer gaming, movies, my family and friends. I'm weary trying to cover stories of people leaving, redundancies, corporate parties and scandals. Someone else can do that now!

Perhaps the authorities at The Company can take me off the banned list of sites. I've just gone from One to Zero on the politically dangerous scale!

Please drop me a mail and let me know if you have any suggestions. And thank you for following so far. I hope New Waltzer.net will be even more popular than the old Company Waltzer.net.

Wage Slave

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