John Finnemore’s blog promises some Cabin Pressure news on Wednesday. Here’s hoping for a new series type announcement.
If you are a fan of the series then this video will make sense, if not …. it REALLY won’t
You lose the ability to read ages as accurately!
Young people may be much younger OR much older than your initial field observation and assessment.
As the contrasting beauty and damp dreariness of autumn rolls inexorably towards the dark cold deadness of winter, I am cheered enormously by one aspect of this … the resultant coat wearing. Coats mean pockets. Pockets are brilliant!
So Yay for the two seasons of the year where I have sufficient reading material, gadgets, notebooks and pens about my person at all times, and all without the need to be encumbered by luggage.
PS. ‘Luggage’ is a fantastic word (say it a couple of times, go on, You see what I mean?)
Dr Carmella’s guide to understanding the introverted. I really like this 🙂
“People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within”
Ursula Le Guin
ht to Shaun Lambert
Loving this from the Christian Aid Collective, in their words:
We believe that amazing things happen when people sit down and eat together. Taking our lead from Jesus, we want to build a community of people that get together to eat, act and pray”
On a related theme, I had the pleasure of visiting a ‘Home Group’ on Wednesday night. The material they were working through was supplied by the church but concern was expressed that there was so much material that the business of eating together was in danger of not being taken seriously enough! Thoroughly enjoyed the meal, Bible study and prayer.
“Putting the excitement back into air travel. Sometimes, too much so!”
All credit to the artist who has created G-erti just as I imagine 🙂
Useful stuff from the NSPCC
Kings College have a natty piece of software that can find plagiarism like some html sensitive omni-present sniffer dog. All well and good. Supposing though I use some thoughts in an essay that I have written already in the blog. Citing oneself would be somewhat pretentious (moi?) but the software otherwise will find the phraseology online and bark (a lot) meaning that I will be in trouble for plagiarising (myself).
(They didn’t cover this possibility in the “using sources” seminar)