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Andres Curto studies the Big Bang

Monday, March 25th, 2013

In the wake of the exciting ESA announcement I have been inspired to finally set up a website for Andres Curto. Planck have just produced the most precise ´photo´ of the universe when it was just 380 000 years (it was still a baby!) The photo shows the seeds of the fluctuations that were to […]

Kindle It

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

K has been working hard to produce a great new application for all those Kindle lovers out there. Kindle It allows you to send articles to your Kindle straight from the web. I’m finding it really useful and possibly for the first time ever I’m actually reading a lot of articles from the web. Coupled […]

Writing, painting and tea parties

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

After days of rain and no waterproof coat due to an unfortunate incident with someone who needed one and my bike panniers, the sun has finally come out for our writer’s group today. Our last meeting at CB2 was very successful in terms of people and amazing literature and today we’re going to try the […]

The Summer 2010 Times

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Had a lovely time in the Castle pub with Nic, Yuko and Ellen last night. Much fun was had by all as we discussed the differences between America and England, the benefits of not owning a TV and a million and one other things. Ellen is travelling all over Europe and you can read her […]

Sheffield Massage site up and running

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

I’m really excited that I’ve finally got Sheffield Massage up and running. So… anyone in the Sheffield area should certainly look up Carol for an expert massage after you’ve admired the site for a bit!

Critical Mass, cafes and walks

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

We started the weekend with a trip round Gothenburg with the Critical Mass. There is now a new video of the ride up. Although there was only eleven of us, we remain optimistic that more will join each ride. The next ride is on 26 June 2009, meeting at Gustaf Adolfs Torg at 18.00. The […]


Saturday, February 14th, 2009

So I was just wandering around the web and found that my friend Andy Higson has gone and got himself two blogs. His political blog and his amusing blog. Keep blogging Andy.

University of Cambridge celebrates 800 years

Monday, January 19th, 2009

I was in Cambridge over the weekend and got to see some of the celebrations for the 800 year anniversary of the university. On Saturday night there was a wonderful light show projected on to the Senate House with illustrations by Quentin Blake. On Sunday morning Tim and I wandered to the Fitzwilliam to see […]

It’s website tastic here

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

So I’m really in the website mood and I’ve finally updated my own website struggling with photoshop in the process and I like to think succeeding to some small degree. I’ve also refreshed my Gothenburg and Norwich pages and the whole bundle of pages and sites is starting to feel a little more ‘mine’. The […]

More reasons to live in Gothenburg

Friday, June 6th, 2008

I spend some time in the Stadsmuseum on Wednesday was I was really impressed at the layout and design of the museum. A lot of the subject matter has explanations in English which is really nice if you’re incapable of speaking Swedish like me. A lot of time and thought has gone into creating the […]