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Thursday, 4 November 2004

not much...

There's not a great deal going on at the moment - I quite like this time of year because people are treading water before the Christmas chaos (which, due to my personal opinions, I tend to avoid), the weather isn't too oppressive (Christopher and I walked into town through the fairly standard drizzle to get our hair cut yesterday. Apparently the lady didn't do a particularly good job, though) and things seem calm, generally.

I had a thought the other day - I don't think I have ever looked at the stars through a proper telescope.

On a slightly more gloomy note, my lovely new mobile phone switched inexplicably switched itself off last night and has refused to come back on since. I've done all the usual tricks - removed the battery for a few hours, recharged it, tried a different SIM, but nothing.

Fortunately, though, I've got my radio in my minidisc player, which has sufficed today. I'm hoping that, like the phone belonging to another blogger, my lovely little 6510 will miraculously start working again.

Links of the day:

  • www.noisemapping.org : How noisy is London? More to the point how do they know?
  • www.streamingradio.co.uk : Another 'internet-only' radio station... I wonder how many more there are out there? This one, I'm fairly sure, is quite heavily run on "autopilot." The best way to tell, of course, is live competitions or phone-in listener contributions (although both could be faked)

Posted by james at November 4, 2004 8:56 PM

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