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Brighton bus stop index

Just a bit of fun code for people who live in Brighton. An index of those "text this code" bus stop codes links to the live information. So you can get the information for free.

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If you live in Brighton, you can get live information about bus stop from Journey On - travel information for Brighton & Hove. Journey planner and real time bus info, but the web site is useless for mobile devices - the thing you will use if you're cathcing a bus.

So, I have created this index page All bus stop codes for Brighton and Hove so that search engines can index the unique codes.

Once this is done, you can use Google to get the live information, rather than sending a SMS - at the cost of "25p plus standard network charges".

Example - Open Market (stop Q) 'S' is code brimdmg, either 25p or brimdmg.

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Monday, 3 January 2011
Mark A.

5:11 PM
Haywards Heath

Rob Gibson
If the D.O.G. burn into screen on every channel that has a DOG
then we will end up with a lot of DOGs over each other. Unreadable
So they will then need to move them from the left to the right of the screen (as with Channel4 +1)
Then when the top left and right of the screen is ruined/unreadable they will move them to the bottom corners (as with USA TV)
And then stick them in the center of the screen.

Perhaps they should have a DOG that moves from corner to corner and flashes between black and white.
That would fix the screen burning problem.

BBC1 HD and ITV1 HD has a DOG, but BBC1 SD and ITV1 SD is dogless.

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Thursday, 6 January 2011

8:31 AM

Mark A.: There is also the small matter of HD screen technology not having any heat in the first place to burn things in...

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