Dearest friends, family & idle passers by, the news about the washing machine is good. Continue reading Dyson, Rocks.
9am and we just got a call from Steve the cheery Dyson repairman, letting us know exactly when he’s going to be with us, and confirming his arrival vector (checking he knows how to get here).
Another +1 for Dyson.
Close friends will be disturbed to hear that our Dyson CR-01 washing machine is not well. We think it might have fallen foul of a few sneaky coins which somehow infiltrated the wash yesterday. Continue reading Our Dyson Washing Machine is Poorly
Do you have NTL 750Kbps Broadband? I have. Today I just noticed something rather dubious about it. Continue reading Got NTL Broadband?
The shambles of ITV’s 2005 San Marino F1 coverage has been picked up by several of the UK’s newspapers and news websites. Here’s what they’re saying: Continue reading ITV F1 Shambles – how it was reported.
I was introduced to F1 by my grandfather, when James Hunt was fighting to be the world #1 back in the 70’s. We always watched on the TV. In those days that meant the BBC with Murray Walker’s insanely eager commentary and every episode introduced by the ominous bass of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”. We watched the British drivers come and go; Brundle, Blundell, Coultard, Herbert, Hill and Nigel Mansell in his Red 5 Williams. We watched Senna and Prost collide as team mates; Senna and Mansell go wheel to wheel; the track invasion after Mansell’s home win in 92, and the shock of Senna’s death in ’94. My grandfather incidentally was such an F1 nut that he had a scale model of the McLaren on his television, so as a four year old, Formula1 was something that was just a part of life: and a very exciting part of life too. Continue reading Formula1 ITV: That Advert Break