Monthly Archives: November 2007
Tomorrow night is the fourth of our occasional geek socials, and I will spend it running around like a loon. There’s some excellent speakers on, actually: we’ll be discussing mySociety and the Pylons web framework. And the microslots are a … Continue reading
Our new place is all right, by the way. Moving out of the old one was always going to be stressful psychologically: we simply did not want to leave. But the new neighbours are genial, and the village is quaint … Continue reading
We have a futon. Thanks to Witney Freecycle (a group which, until recently, had very little Google juice) and the fact that anything advertised as needing some assembly or DIY is almost invariably ignored by the crowd of vocal Freecycle … Continue reading
Our village, crime capital of Oxfordshire! I’m not joking: since we moved here the car’s petrol has been siphoned. I came to it yesterday morning to find drops of fuel spreading like infinitely thin jellyfish near the back of the … Continue reading
Ten minutes later: this, this, this and this.