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Monday 31 May 2010
by Wulf
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Four R’s

About three years ago, I posted a short series on the theme of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Today, I have spotted a fourth R to join them: Rot. It is another stage before disposing of something and pretending it becomes … Continue reading

Sunday 30 May 2010
by Wulf
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The PB5 Ride Again

I am going to down to Coulsdon today where The Pico Brown Five are back together for the annual driving in ceremony at the Woodcote Park Golf Club. It won’t be quite the same line up (same rhythm section but … Continue reading

Saturday 29 May 2010
by Wulf
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Weeding by Hand

I was reading a gardening book recently which suggested that some people find the task of weeding irksome. Really? For me it is a pleasurable opportunity to remain close to the garden, both removing plants that will be troublesome and … Continue reading

Friday 28 May 2010
by Wulf
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Wave To Blog

You can now embed a Wave into a blog or other webpage using a Wave Element. It’s free to try, so here goes: Why not have a go at chipping in? Technorati Tags: wave google communication

Thursday 27 May 2010
by Wulf
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Peter and the Wulf @ The Magic Café

It is folk music time again on Saturday when Pete and I provide lunchtime music (12:30-1:30pm) at Oxford’s Magic Café on Magdalen Road. Free entry, although you probably should buy at least a drink to sit in there (and, in … Continue reading

Wednesday 26 May 2010
by Wulf
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A Bigger Wave?

Google have now taken away the requirement to be invited to join its Wave — it is now available for everyone. They also promise that it is faster, more stable and otherwise refined. I hope this will give it a … Continue reading

Tuesday 25 May 2010
by Wulf
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Stop Motion

Iceland, Eyjafjallajökull – May 1st and 2nd, 2010 from Sean Stiegemeier on Vimeo. This video from Sean Stiegemeier is fantastic. It shows the Eyjafjallajökull eruption in Iceland using stop motion photography. Particularly poignant, given the impact of this eruption on … Continue reading