Monthly Archives: November 2008

Is it on or off?

Rainy Chapel Market As usual on Sunday morning, we started with breakfast at Pane Vino and then went to do our weekly shopping. Here is a picture of Chapel Market, looking its usual colourful self despite the rain. At the … Continue reading

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From Byzantium to Jermyn Street

We decided to go out today even though Tigger is not completely recovered from her cold. The idea was to go to the Royal Academy to see the Byzantium exhibition. But first, there was the important matter of breakfast. For … Continue reading

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Broadband approaches

This is not a town hall(The borough of Finsbury no longer exists) Tigger went back to work today, which I thought was very brave of her as she is not fully recovered. You just can’t keep a good Tigger down, … Continue reading

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Viruses, browsers and sleuths

Winter sky over Angel Sadly, it is Tigger’s turn to fall ill. Yesterday, she had a sore throat and this morning felt too unwell to go in to work. Winter is traditionally the time for colds and ‘flu, though these … Continue reading

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Blog editors revisited

Temporary message notice If you do your blog reading in an RSS reader (and who doesn’t, these days?) and if you happen to include my blog among those thus favoured, you may have seen a rather strange little notice on … Continue reading

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Going for a spin

Winter has finally made its move. Snow fell on Britain last night, though this was not entirely unexpected after the cold of the last few days. By the time I dragged myself from the warmth of the duvet, the snow … Continue reading

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New lens

Today we went down to London Camera Exchange in the Strand to fetch my new lens. If you recall, this is the one I get for half-price when buying it with the camera. For the technically-minded among you, the lens … Continue reading

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