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How to get your free Google Cardboard VR headset @ The Guardian
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Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
"With the launch of our new Guardian VR app, we’re giving away free Cardboard virtual reality headsets with the newspaper on Saturday 7 October. Use the list below to find a retai… Read more

hemp12 h, 19 m ago

Can you recommend me any of them please? Thanks


Free games: Voxel Fly, Bamf VR, Wizard Academy VR, Google Stories

MPLP2 m ago

Have some heat (even though I don't need any more free Cardboards!) There …Have some heat (even though I don't need any more free Cardboards!) There are some good VR games starting to appear in the Play Store.

Can you recommend me any of them please? Thanks

Have some heat (even though I don't need any more free Cardboards!) There are some good VR games starting to appear in the Play Store.

kkthomask20 m ago

This site is not allowing me to send the link. Go to youtube and type …This site is not allowing me to send the link. Go to youtube and type ''how to make google cardboard?''


I've tried that many moons ago, I'm not an intelligent person, so couldn't understand the videos to be honest. I'd rather someone send me over a PDF and I can just cut it out. Using youtube guides, I've changed taps, toilets, sinks, built sheds, decked gardens and stripped wallpaper. but for the life of me, cannot cut out a vr headset using a youtube video.
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50%off and free £10 M&S e-gift card for new subscribers to the Guardian digital edition for 36 days (14 days free , £5.99 first 3 months)
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Found 5th Nov 2016Found 5th Nov 2016
Get 50% off the Guardian Digital Pack for 3 months Enjoy the digital pack for half price. Subscribe before 1st February 2017 and get the Digital Pack for just £5.99 for the first… Read more

Free for 14 days
Then £5.99/month for 3 months
Then £11.99 every month thereafter

Seems quite clear to me. Not much of a deal is it?

Not to mention it's the Grauniad!

£5.99/month so £18 for 3 months.

At the end of the free trial, the subscription is charged at standard price (currently £5.99 a month) the special price of £5.99 a month unless cancelled.

stevoiac

I understood this to be £5.99 for the whole 3 month period? Then a … I understood this to be £5.99 for the whole 3 month period? Then a monthly fee after?


Guess thats how it says £5.99 for 3 months and then its £11.99 every month

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vassy4u



I understood this to be £5.99 for the whole 3 month period? Then a monthly fee after?
Free Printable Guardian Crosswords
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Found 5th Jul 2016Found 5th Jul 2016
I just learnt Guardian crosswords are free to download and print. I know people that buy papers just for the crosswords and nothing else, so thought this might be useful to someon… Read more

Original Poster

troublesome1

Can you get printable connecting walls, as seen on Only Connect? I love … Can you get printable connecting walls, as seen on Only Connect? I love these.



No idea what they are, sorry.

Can you get printable connecting walls, as seen on Only Connect? I love these.

love these maze games

Great for long journeys X)

Original Poster

thewongwing101

Does this mean they don't have to be spel(led) correctly?



Yup you can do them however you like!

Personal favourite:

http://themetapicture.com/media/funny-crossword-solve-line-play.jpg
European mobile phone roaming charges to be abolished....
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Found 30th May 2016Found 30th May 2016
This post is to let HUKD'ers know that we will be able to use our mobiles in Europe to call, text and surf at UK rates from mid-2017. Members of the European parliament have voted … Read more

"From the perspective of the EU, the treaties largely contain the same … "From the perspective of the EU, the treaties largely contain the same content as the EEA treaties, making Switzerland a virtual member of the EEA. Most EU law applies universally throughout the EU, the EEA and Switzerland, providing most of the conditions of the free movement of people, goods, services and capital that apply to full member states. Switzerland pays into the EU budget and extended the bilateral treaties to the new EU member states, just like full members did, although each extension requires the approval of Swiss voters in a referendum."



Again this is nonsense VIDEO PROOF HERE

Edited by: "pontprennau" 31st May 2016

According to the 2011's referendum, 67.9% of the UK don't want fair(er) … According to the 2011's referendum, 67.9% of the UK don't want fair(er) representation.Don't be surprised if it's an equally large landslide for staying in the EU.



True, that was very sad, although it should have been a vote for PR. Although the strongest voice was Nick Clegg and he's as weak and wet as they come! Incidentally Clegg is so pro-EU (looking to be part of the EU gravy train after he loses his seat in 2020), the guy might be a poisoned chalice yet again!

another reason to stay in the EU



Possibly the only reason, in fact...

Banned

The two links you supplied were about Sweden


You're right. Was thinking about the wrong country. I took too long to visit Sweden and now it's ruined.

Poor Switzerland. It's not the beautiful country it used to be. … Poor Switzerland. It's not the beautiful country it used to be. :(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uNBoUqGvVshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNvTWAcQJfw


The two links you supplied were about Sweden
Free Google Cardboard Viewer
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Found 27th Apr 2016Found 27th Apr 2016
In support of the Guardian’s first virtual reality experience in collaboration with the Mill, we are giving away free virtual reality cardboard viewers to readers in the UK for the… Read more

Has anyone got theirs yet?

Got one!!!

carpediemjay

Nice!Got one for myself and my brother



brilliant! well done

i thought about trying for another one as a spare, but by the time i'd decided they'd all gone (again). i think tomorrow is the last day so i might try one last time to get a spare, but if i don't get one then it's not the end of the world - one will do.

HankHandsome

just started refreshing the screen .. let's see ..#edit .. yes! got one



Nice!

Got one for myself and my brother

just started refreshing the screen .. let's see ..

#edit .. yes! got one
Edited by: "HankHandsome" 30th Apr 2016
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The Guardian: 2 week free trial + get £60 worth of wine for free
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Found 26th Nov 2015Found 26th Nov 2015
Try the Guardian Newspapers premium app for free for two weeks and get a case of wine from Naked Wines worth £60 if you choose to continue after 2 weeks.

£30 a month. For endless myopic opinion pieces?

They have about three, maybe four, good regular writers worth a damn, Milnes, Jenkins, Monbiot and Greenslade. Rest are bandwagon fluffers telling you who to hate every day.
Two free VUE cinema tickets EVERY MONTH when you subscribe to The Guardian online for £11.98/month.
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Found 5th Oct 2015Found 5th Oct 2015
Two free tickets for Vue cinemas every month when you subscribe to The Guardian newspaper online for £11.98 per month. Note: these cinema tickets are NOT valid for screenings of t… Read more

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Obviously it depends on your preference of newspaper and how often you go to the cinema, but the Times offer is better (for me), 2 half price tickets every weekend at Odeon. I means my wife and I can go 4 times a month (~£40 for £80-value of tickets) compared to ~£60 for the same in this offer (plus the sub).

Good deal but Guardian are basically The Sun for the left wing, find their lack of reason approaching issues as stupid even if the writing is better.

The best thing in The Guardian are the readers comments.

pjh4

It took huge guts (and legal resources) to publish the snowden files.For … It took huge guts (and legal resources) to publish the snowden files.For a newspaper to responsibly publish the most closely-kept state secrets of 5 of the most powerful countries in the world - is unbelievable. We'll never see the internet or our mobile phones in the same way again. Even if some of the journalism in the guardian is trite - or just plain sh*te - in the scheme of things, they do some really important (and complicated) digging, take some big risks, ask difficult questions and speak truth to power in a way few newspapers dare to.Well worth £11.99 a month, IMO.


Totally agree, they also had to go against Newscorp and all the other powerful media outlets to get this published. Rest of our media are cowards compared to The Guardian.
Penguin's Little Black Classics - entire collection - equivalent 62p each via Guardian Books delivered
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Found 26th Mar 2015Found 26th Mar 2015
In celebration of Penguin Book's 80th birthday, these books showcase the many varied writers in Penguin Black Classics. It includes fiction, poetry, essays and maxims. Normally th… Read more

Here are the titles included in the set:
1. Boccaccio Mrs Rosie and the Priest
2. Gerard Manley Hopkins As Kingfishers Catch Fire
3. The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-tongue
4. Thomas de Quincey On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts
5. Friedrich Nietzsche Aphorisms on Love and Hate
6. John Ruskin Traffic
7. Pu Songling Wailing Ghosts
8. Jonathan Swift A Modest Proposal
9. Three Tang Dynasty Poets
10. Walt Whitman Alone on the Beach at Night
11. Kenko A Cup of Sake Beneath the Cherry Trees
12. Baltasar Gracian How to Use Your Enemies
13. John Keats The Eve of St Agnes
14. Thomas Hardy Woman Much Missed
15. Guy de Maupassant Femme Fatale
16. Marco Polo Travels in the Land of Serpents and Pearls
17. Suetonius Caligula
18. Apollonius of Rhodes Jason and Medea
19. Robert Louis Stevenson Olalla
20. Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx The Communist Manifesto
21. Petronius Trimalchio’s Feast
22. Johann Peter Hebel How a Ghastly Story Was Brought to Light by a Common or Garden Butcher’s Dog
23. Hans Christian Andersen The Tinder Box
24. Rudyard Kipling The Gate of the Hundred Sorrows
25. Dante Circles of Hell
26. Henry Mayhew Of Street Piemen
27. Hafez The nightingales Are Drunk
28. Geoffrey Chaucer The Wife of Bath
29. Michel de Montaigne How We Weep and Laugh at the Same Thing
30. Thomas Nashe The Terrors of the Night
31. Edgar Allan Poe The Tell-Tale Heart
32. Mary Kingsley A Hippo Banquet
33. Jane Austen The Beautifull Cassandra
34. Anton Chekhov Gooseberries
35. Samuel Taylor Coleridge Well, They Are Gone, and Here Must I Remain
36. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Sketchy, Doubtful, Incomplete Jottings
37. Charles Dickens The Great Winglebury Duel
38. Herman Melville The Maldive Shark
39. Elizabeth Gaskell The Old Nurse’s Story
40. Nikolai Leskov The Steel Flea
41. Honore de Balzac The Atheist’s Mass
42. Charlotte Perkins Gilman The Yellow Wall-Paper
43. CP Cavafy Remember, Body...
44. Fyodor Dostoevsky The Meek One
45. Gustave Flaubert A Simple Heart
46. Nikolai Gogol The Nose
47. Samuel Pepys The Great Fire of London
48. Edith Wharton The Reckoning
49. Henry James The Figure in the Carpet
50. Wilfred Owen Anthem for Doomed Youth
51. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart My Dearest Father
52. Plato Socrates’ Defence
53. Christina Rossetti Goblin Market
54. Sindbad the Sailor
55. Sophocles Antigone
56. Ryūnosuke Akutagawa The Life of a Stupid Man
57. Leo Tolstoy How Much Land Does a Man Need?
58. Giorgio Vasari Leonardo da Vinci
59. Oscar Wilde Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
60. Shen Fu The Old Man of the Moon
61. Aesop The Dolphins, the Whales and the Gudgeon
62. Matsuo Bashō Lips Too Chilled
63. Emily Bronte The Night Is Darkening Round Me
64. Joseph Conrad To-morrow
65. Richard Hakluyt The Voyage of Sir Francis Drake Around the Whole Globe
66. Kate Chopin A Pair of Silk Stockings
67. Charles Darwin It Was Snowing Butterflies
68. Brothers Grimm The Robber Bridegroom
69. Catullus I Hate and I Love
70. Homer Circe and the Cyclops
71. DH Lawrence Il Duro
72. Katherine Mansfield Miss Brill
73. Ovid The Fall of Icarus
74. Sappho Come Close
75. Ivan Turgenev Kasyan from the Beautiful Lands
76. Virgil O Cruel Alexis
77. HG Wells A Slip under the Microscope
78. Herodotus The Madness of Cambyses
79. Speaking of Śiva
80. The Dhammapada
Guardian Weekly newspaper 2 year subscription - half price
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Found 9th Jan 2015Found 9th Jan 2015
The following codes are currently available for subscriptions to the Guardian Weekly newspaper delivered weekly: 1. HGA03: £120 for 2 years (50% off) 2. FGA05 £106.08 for 1 year … Read more

hot - its good to read well written, thoughtful articles as opposed to being spoon fed whatever self interested agenda murdoch and his ilk want to push.

jillamyalice

Ahh the good folk over at the Guardian busy revealing state secrets and … Ahh the good folk over at the Guardian busy revealing state secrets and making the country vulnerable to those that would do us harm.... all in the name of privacy and freedom of course.A deal yes so kudos but no thanks I have plenty of Andrex but I suspect there will be lots of interest in this at the BBC



Busy revealing state secrets? Exposing state shame and crimes more like! Would you rather live in blind ignorance by choice?

I'm voting hot as it's a discount on something that's near priceless.

Ahh the good folk over at the Guardian busy revealing state secrets and making the country vulnerable to those that would do us harm.... all in the name of privacy and freedom of course.

A deal yes so kudos but no thanks I have plenty of Andrex but I suspect there will be lots of interest in this at the BBC
Edited by: "jillamyalice" 9th Jan 2015
The new Guardian newspaper app now FREE on IPad and Android
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Found 15th Jun 2014Found 15th Jun 2014
This is the new, relaunched Guardian iPad app with all the breaking news and sections. The app is now free to download and free to use. Not a free trial, I mean totally free. Enjoy… Read more

Serpico00

Not free


Not correct.

Not free

Good deal, thanks for the post.

Even if it was free I wouldn't subject myself or my family to the loonie leftie influences of this paper.
Edited by: "josephmccowie" 19th Jun 2014

Newbold

and of course that you have to face the derision of normal people if … and of course that you have to face the derision of normal people if you're seen reading it.



...and 'normal' people read The Guardian ? You're a rather condescending chap.
FREE copy of STARDUST by Neil Gaiman at sainsburys with purchase of the guardian on Saturday
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Found 2nd May 2014Found 2nd May 2014
Great book by Neil Gaiman of Sandman, Miracleman, Coraline, Dr. Who and many more..... Free if you buy a copy of the Guardian this saturday at a Sainsbury. The paper on a Saturday … Read more

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Poch

Spend £10 or more in a Waitrose store for any groceries, etc. and with a … Spend £10 or more in a Waitrose store for any groceries, etc. and with a My Waitrose card you get the paper for free.


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great story, love watching the film

Original Poster

gffjydch

Yeah my sainsburys didn't know anything about this, bought the paper … Yeah my sainsburys didn't know anything about this, bought the paper anyway, no sign of the book or a voucher or anything.



via twitter:
" kudos to Sainsburys for sorting out issue of missing Stardust by sending me one in post."

Original Poster

Just been into my local and the book is actually in with the paper and it says on the outer plastic in black print on white background: "Free book inside - Stardust by Neil Gaiman".

nb Peterborough store

No book at Torquay sainsburys.. :-(
Three mobile scraps charges for 0800 calls
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Found 18th Mar 2014Found 18th Mar 2014
The cost of calling 0800 numbers from mobile phones will be made free for customers of Three from Tuesday, while charges for helplines run by hundreds of banks, utilities, insuranc… Read more

voted hot for new customers, but it really is a crap deal for those on one plan with unlimited internet tethering.....someone could easily sign up without knowing that, and miss out on a much more valuable perk/feature.....

winchman

What about PAYG?



Any news if this affects PAYP customers.

Is this one also applicable to PAYG simcard ??

chomba

Just spoke to 3 customer services and existing One Plan customers who … Just spoke to 3 customer services and existing One Plan customers who want to sign up to the free 0800 calls will have their tethering capped at 2gb per month. I will not sign up under those terms but heat added. Tethering rights will not be affected if you don't sign up.


just download weq4u you get all 08 numbers free

Not to mention weq4u
Bruce Springsteen – High Hopes: album stream at TheGuardian.com and Rollingstone.com
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Found 6th Jan 2014Found 6th Jan 2014
One for the fans of the Boss. His latest album, streamed in full at the Guardian (only for those in UK) http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2014/jan/06/bruce-springsteen-hig… Read more

maccalen

some of us like to try before we buy.



And that is what streaming is for. Downloading it is not trying it in any sense of the word.

JAN1966

Fans should buy this album, no 'cheeky downloads'

some of us like to try before we buy.

I'm just getting an oily rag to hang out of the @rse pocket of my jeans and me and the boys are heading down to the garage...

Fans should buy this album, no 'cheeky downloads'

maccalen

Anyone know of any cheeky programs to save the audio to computer?!



I think audacity should do it, somehow, was recommended here as suitable for internet radio recording so should work. Let me know.
Champagne deals in Supermarkets Christmas 2014
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Found 14th Dec 2013Found 14th Dec 2013
Updated 6th Dec 2014 Some popular Champagne deals available this Christmas. Links for the Top Champagnes this Christmas at the bottom of the list. Supermarkets do keep competing … Read more

Thanks! But all I had to do was pour it...

Great effort

Just necking a bottle of cheap Veuve now......

For the money aldi have the best bubbly. It's a total bargain at a tenner a bottle. I got 12 bottles of the tesco premier cru on offer from this site around £7 a bottle. For the money it's fine but no where near as nice as the aldi bubbly for a tenner.

good work, thanks
FREEBIE: The 2012 Bedside Guardian, 1500 copies available @ Guardian Extra
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Found 3rd Oct 2013Found 3rd Oct 2013
The 2012 Bedside Guardian What will we remember of 2012? The Olympic and Paralympic Games? The Queen's Diamond Jubilee? Occupy London? Leveson? All of that and more is captured in … Read more

Woop! This was waiting for me on my doormat when I arrived home earlier

Thanks Marba, mine arrived today too

Banned

Arrived today. Cheers OP.

Cheers *fingers crossed*
Bob Dylan The Bootleg Series Vol 10 album stream @The Guardian
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Found 19th Aug 2013Found 19th Aug 2013
From The Guardian: Bob Dylan – The Bootleg Series, Vol 10: Another Self Portrait - exclusive album stream. The latest in Bob Dylan's enthralling Bootleg Series gives us an idea of… Read more

Magical. Thanks so much OP.

If you want long try Highlands or Desolation Row.

Pic reminds me of when lady gaga dresses as a dude. Guessed she dressed as him. One song I cannot stand of bob dylans is. whats it called.

just like a woman, yes she is!. she makes love just like a woman!. Urgh, that song goes on and on for about 6 minutes, I have banned my father from playing bob Dylan!. He knows to put him on to upset me!

I always recommend starting with Bringing it all Back Home. If you like the first side. Go forward to Highway 61 and Blonde on Blonde. If you like side b go back to Freewheelin', Times They Are A-Changin' and Another Side of.

It's like a chose your own (Bob) adventure.

Thank you for all of the advice and I will be of to Amazon to purchase some of the suggestions.
Mavis Staples – One True Vine: Album stream @The Guardian
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Found 20th Jun 2013Found 20th Jun 2013
Mavis Staples's 13th album.... ...Wow!

thanks,

Original Poster

lljwagg

Thanks for this. I've always loved The Staples Singers and the solo … Thanks for this. I've always loved The Staples Singers and the solo Mavis. Powerful stuff indeed.:)



I have to admit I had never heard of the Staples Singers or Mavis Staples but this is certainly powerful stuff indeed.

For some reason you can only stream the first 5 tracks on the Guardian website. I'm just trying NPR Stream...Hopefully get the whole album
Edited by: "f3lix" 20th Jun 2013

Thanks for this. I've always loved The Staples Singers and the solo Mavis. Powerful stuff indeed.:)