Monthly Archives: Sep 2007

Summer’s finished

20°C, blustery SW, 80% cloud Shuttleworth: evening show yesterday. Last airshow of the year for me, though this is only the second one for me, I wouldn’t want to see more anyway.Flickr: going to upgrade account there, there is a … Continue reading

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A north wind

18 to 10 °C, cold fronts, stiff N wind. Today has hinged on a change of season, it’s definitely an Autumn feel since yesterday. Last week saw a sea change of sorts too. The first 10 days back at work … Continue reading

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FS-Google Earth

20°C, WNW Winds strong, 60 to 25% cloud C=61 miles. Flight Sim for the masses: Did you know that GoogleEarth has a flight sim built in? Start GE in normal earth mode, and press Ctrl+Win+A and a dialogue box opens: … Continue reading

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20°C, 40% cloud, light winds. Cinema: Today I’ve just seen a film that makes me take back all the bad things I have said about cinema. It was a film full of passion, tension, guilt driven by honour and lust. … Continue reading

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21°C, 50% cloud. Commuting: on the ride to work today I stopped next to a van at the lights. In the cab were two macho lorry drivers types , big muscly arms, tattoos and shaven heads- the whole deal. They … Continue reading

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20°C, foggy then clear. Notice the paucity of entries here lately. Blame Flickr, there is more going on there. Actually there is there is more to it than that. Just about everyone at work is complaining of tiredness, we have … Continue reading

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24°C, it’s a warm month- September Reading Freakonomics right now. It’s quite a readable volume despite lots of Americanisms that I can’t work out. It’s been a good few weeks since last enjoying a book, a book desert.Evening routine: …work-get … Continue reading

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New term, new year.

21°C, clear and crisp. c=20miles Commuting on the racing bike which is far from ideal. It’s going to take ages to get that winter bike repaired. Frankly I’m in a dilemma in looking for the best way to do it.Work: … Continue reading

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