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Tuesday, 31 August 2004

Monday-ish Tuesday?

This is in no way a complaint - I have vowed, since those (now long since gone) uncomfortably hot days of early summer, never to moan about such things - when I left the house shortly before seven this morning, there was a distinct chill in the air, such that I needed to wear my coat on the way to the bus stop. It's ended up being a dry day, though, and less than twelve hours later the sun is making its final approach towards the horizon, and the sky is Dulux Matchpot sky-blue, sparsely punctuated by my favourite brand of clouds (the cotton-wool ones are called cumulus, aren't they?) as I sit on the coach and tap at my laptop.

It's been the typical 'day after a bank holiday' in the office - I'd intended to carry out a fairly delicate operation today, but authorisation didn't come through, so it's been delayed, probably until a week's time (by which time, hopefully, everyone involved will be back from holiday). Fortunately there have been other bits and bobs to do, including quite a few meetings that'll need writing up, so it hasn't been an entirely wasted day. It's gone by quickly, though.

I've been making small modifications to the website although it's still not quite how I want it yet. It's still got a bit of that "information overload" feeling. I have added a few new features, which is soon to include a 'text me' function, which works in isolation, but needs a little work to squeeze it somewhere useful. Want to have a go? [please don't be mean or rude, though!]

Well, that's it from me, then. And, it would appear, August.

Random link:

  • Bexhill (my childhood home) - through the eyes of a visiting American.

Posted by james at August 31, 2004 8:24 PM

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