A new look for an old favourite
Jase has changed his site (and seems to have moved his RSS feed). It’s a great new look but I hope this change of focus doesn’t stop him posting!
There’s so much I would like to do on this site right now: so much to write and a few design changes I would like to make. When am I going to find the time to keep up?
I did notice that Gillian McKeith has a new recipe book out and I am so tempted!! Despite the fact that I could never stick to her diet I do love her tv show. I’d love to spend a day with her!
I am grateful that people are prepared to take such great risks in the interest of human knowledge. I, for one, salute their bravery.
Like everybody else, I was shocked to hear of the loss of the space shuttle Columbia. Like many, the first pictures I saw were the trails in the sky as the craft disintegrated. I’ve just found this radar picture online from the US National Weather Service which shows the heat generated as Columbia broke up. Despite the previous tragedy, it seemed space travel was gradually becoming routine. Seeing the radar image reminded me just what these craft and crew have to endure to push the boundaries of human knowledge. It brought space travel back into perspective for me and really shows the bravery of those who choose to go into space. As the events leading to the disaster unfold, it’s time to remind ourselves that we really are pushing boundaries. I am grateful that people are prepared to take such great risks in the interest of human knowledge. I, for one, salute their bravery.
plasticbag.org has a great new item about the community of UK webloggers – plasticbag.org | files | Who’s afraid of community participation? I’m too tired – as it’s too early/late – to comment so go read it!
The Ministry Of Defence is interested in the technology that allows us all to be monitored by our mobile phones.
Well, according to a report in this weekend’s Observer newspaper, the Ministry Of Defence is interested in the technology that allows us all to be monitored by our mobile phones. Apparently, there are many positive uses of this ‘spy’ technology – following people on the move (walking or driving) and monitoring areas (nuclear power stations, roads etc.) when visibility is bad. Nobody seems to ask what happened if you loan you mobile ‘phone to somebody or (gasp) switch it off. Observer: How mobile phones let spies see our every move
A quick look around the web and some of the comments for the first day of a new month.
It may be October but the weather doesn’t suggest it at all. Anyway, my current three favourite blogs are saying this today:
- You think you’re fine with everything until you wake up at 4am convinced there’s someone in your flat again. [plasticbag]
- Bloody hell, it’s October. How did that happen? [not.so.soft]
- I don’t know what to do with my life. This morning I had my Early Modern Architecture class and it made me indecisive again [trabaca]
Wonder how this will read in a year’s time?