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Tuesday, 3 October 2006

gettin' around...

A briefest of blogs, I'm afraid, since it's been two busy days at work since the weekend came to a close; not much else to report, save that the video shoot went well (although I have a mountain to climb with editing - I need a DV to firewire cable, of which there appear to be a number of different combinations, before I start!) and we bought a couple of goldfish for the children on Sunday.

Christopher has a little silvery one, called "Laser Fish" and he's doing very nicely. Unfortunately, Lenni's "Princess Petals" has been a little unwell since her arrival, so we may have to replace her. Our endeavours with goldfish haven't actually been that successful in the past, but the nice chap at Chiltern Aquatics (caution: horrific website) gave us more of an induction into freshwater fish ownership than any I have had before, so I feel confident at least about the survival of at least one of the fish!

Links of the day:

  • www.walkit.com : now this is a site I've been looking for! I can't stand the tube, and I'm not very sure about London buses, so this provides the ideal way to plan a route through London by foot. It's the most ecological way to go... except cycling (which is a lot more dangerous). (thanks for the link, Beth!)

  • www.isoma.net/games/goggles.html : This demonstrates a slightly less conventional means of navigating. If you've ever wanted to fly a cartoon fighter plane around, say, Luton town centre, now is your chance. (thanks, Rob!)
  • www.107.peugeot.co.uk/peugeot.swf : after all that excitement(!) why not pretend to park a Peugeot? As long as the electrics don't go wrong... (thanks, Annie!)

Posted by james at October 3, 2006 10:21 PM

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