In the UK, the BBC has a radio channel that is predisposed to airing important current affairs featuring argumentative interviews with politicians insistent on not answering any questions and instead peddling their own distorted interpretation of reality – it’s called “Radio 4″.
When, by chance, we saw The Velvet Hearts at The Edge a couple of months ago, we were left with the overriding impression that this was a band who had taken a step beyond the norm and were producing something really rather special. We saw them a second time at the sunny Portsmouth Bandstand, and […]
After my viva last Tuesday we ended up at the edge of the wedge and what was already a very good day got even better thanks to some very talented musicians and a comfy stool at the bar.
In a market where BB software is two-a-penny (or cheaper, given the open-source nature of most good software) what’s BBPress got that made me use it?
The basic idea behind the Lumie Bodyclock is that it combines a timer, a dimmer switch and a Neodymium light-bulb; it can thus simulate a summer sunrise on the coldest darkest winter mornings, thereby giving a more gentle and holistic wakeup than that which is afforded by a shrieking buzzer in the dark. We’ve had […]
Dearest friends, family & idle passers by, the news about the washing machine is good.
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.