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27/03/15
It's time for B3ta newsletter 657! It's a really good one this week. We know we say that every week, but this week it's 100% true. Also, contains the absolute BEST Question of the Week story and a tricking superb Duran Duran article. READ IT
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20/03/15
B3ta newsletter 656 is available now for you to peruse with your cyber-monocles over, uh, robot toast. Pip pip! There's stuff about Blade Runner, terrifyingly awful housemates, and the answers to your every dream or whim of fleeting pleasure*.
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19/03/15
Add B3ta on Facebook - ok about 8 years late but we've decided to make a Facebook page - in theory it'll show the frontpaged images and we'll also use it to announce newsletters, challenges and the Question of the Week.
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13/03/15
Explosions! Something about Apple! A man having sex with a toaster! Luke Haines! Explosions! Yes, it can only mean that B3ta newsletter 655 is out now! Call to action!
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12/03/15
You asked for new icons and you've got them - by Bloop, by Monkeon, & by Q4nobody. If you'd like them on your account then donate now.
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06/03/15
Spanking new B3ta newsletter 654 is ready for you to gzip into the archive of your choice. Featuring: Russell Brand choose your own adventure, very gory Disney-themed Claymation and a nazi wildebeest.
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13/02/15
Brand-new good for you - B3ta newsletter 653 is out now. But whatever you do, don't tell anyone.
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06/02/15
It's 93 years since the first robot was shown on film and yet they still don't have the vote - call that justice? In other news, B3ta newsletter 652 is out now, with the Facebook LOLs and the Nigel Farage candle and the shouting and the hitting and such.
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31/01/15
B3ta newsletter 651 - title in a self depreciating way, "We bought it to help to with your Grandad's homework."
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23/01/15
650! 650! 650! Yes, it's B3ta Newsletter 650! Just 350 more of these fuckers and then our sinister Phase II can begin. Have your emergency kitten ready!
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16/01/15
We are a grandmother! Of a bouncing baby B3ta Newsletter 649. Want to know what's in it? Noises. Noises and wasps. DON'T CLICK IT WHATEVER YOU DO
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09/01/15
Spanking new B3ta Newsletter 648 is ready to click and collect. There's an Austerity board game that we made, cute dogs, some frankly psychedelic thing involving the sitcom "Friends" plus more!
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02/01/15
Happy New Year and all that! Also Happy New Newsletter - B3ta Newsletter issue 647 is out now, with Katie Hopkins, Father Jack and cuddly dinosaur and many many more yay!
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19/12/14
B3ta Newsletter 646 is out and that means it's almost Christmas - YAY! There's crap robots, hypo-cats and stuff about Russell Brand and what could be more festive than that?
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05/12/14
It's that time and B3ta Newsletter 645 is that place! Or the pub of course. This newsletter is full of crows, music, old British actors and stories about crap hotels.
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28/11/14
B3ta newsletter 644 is here, so GET OVER IT. Also, it has classist news, a jazz kitten and George Osborne totally tripping his tits off.
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21/11/14
Did you think we had forgotten? Did you think we had forgiven? Behold now the terrible vengeance of b3ta newsletter 643. There's good stuff in 'ere from penguins to dub step to Freemen of the Land. You will like.
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24/10/14
B3ta newsletter issue number six hundred and forty two... Would it be cool if we just started the numbers back again from zero? It's a bit scary. Anyway, quality stuff this week includes taking the piss out of Cameron Carpenter, taking the geotags out of your data and taking potshots at a hapless conductor in a game inexplicably based on the 1812 Overture.
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17/10/14
B3ta Newsletter 641! A hat-trick of quality newsletter product! Douglas Adams, kittens, ukulele, music and the kitchen of the future!
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10/10/14
B3ta Newsletter 640! Yes, another newsletter out - and bloody hell if it isn't full of good stuff? Black Doctor Who, a new way of cooking pizza and a remake of Apocalypse Now with cuddly toys - PLUS your stories of landing face-down in shit!
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03/10/14
B3ta Newsletter 639 is available for your reading pleasure. Yes, it's been a while. Sorry we've been so rubbish and lazy - we promise from now on only to be rubbish and productive.
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29/08/14
Hurrah! The b3ta dictionary is home. The lovely mictoboy and the effervescent Kamikaze Stoat have handed us teh uplaod codez to the b3ta dictionary, which we're now hosting here. Check it out.
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01/08/14
B3ta newsletter 638 is not dead yet. Although it is quite obese - bloated with the finest of links. WWI, farty Frozen, tiny ponies and the world's top 100 funky basslines.
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11/07/14
B3ta newsletter 637 is in the shops now! And by 'the shops' we mean 'the internet'. Your AOL keywords this week are: Dinosaurs, Gove, Mel Smith, false economy.
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04/07/14
It's time for B3ta newsletter 636 - written on a whim late on a Friday night. UV light, hardcore stuntmice, kings & queens - and punching George Osborne right in his horrible face.
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27/06/14
B3ta newsletter 635, out now - full of excellent stuff: Heckler put-downs, zombie Suarez, all the world's lightning strikes in real-time - and a thing we made that lets you decide what is the best thing out of a whole load of things!
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20/06/14
B3ta newsletter 634, out now - bit packed as we missed last week.
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11/06/14
B3ta has finally joined Twitter - @b3ta is now posting about 6 images a day from the archives also anything newly frontpaged. It's Magic FM for nostalgic weblols. Smooth. Follow us on @b3ta. We've also got further plans for the account. So watch and wait.
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06/06/14
B3ta newsletter 633 - it's a bit of a mess this week as your editor is very very ill from drink.
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30/05/14
It's B3ta Newsletter Issue 632, On-time and in your face* (*for "face" read "inbox"). It's full of ghosts, magic, Alan Partridge, soft toys and OTTERS!
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