Tuesday 7 April 2009
links for 2009-04-07
I'm thinking of having something like this made for my business. I've looked at those fuzzy felt display screens and they are quite expensive and not as professional as I'd like. This might be a good solution.
Wednesday 8 April 2009
links for 2009-04-08
Local printers that come highly recommended and might be a solution to my exhibition display requirements.
Thursday 9 April 2009
links for 2009-04-09
Friday 10 April 2009
links for 2009-04-10
Covet. Shame the exchange rate is not quite as good as it used to be for buying CDs from the US.
Tuesday 14 April 2009
links for 2009-04-14
The Dutch Highway Code, in English (PDF). Not so very different from our own, but be sure to give way to military convoys, should you see any.
Sunday 19 April 2009
links for 2009-04-19
Eddie George – who seemed to say a few wise things but was on the wrong side of the desk at 11 Downing Street in order to really make a difference.
Opinion piece highlighting China's move to buy massive stocks of industrial metals. They're not daft, you know.
Monday 20 April 2009
links for 2009-04-20
Mmmmm, Obama fingers! Yum.
Drilling for oil in the south-east. If they want to put a well in my back garden (and will pay me accordingly), then that's fine by me.
Friday 24 April 2009
links for 2009-04-24
Feed the pigeons. That's it.
On why design is about more than function.
Grown-up time sounds rather nice. We're off to Barcelona for a taste of it.
Saturday 25 April 2009
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I agree that the best way to get people to change is not to moan at them. But how? Very good article indeed.
And, if you think the economy isn't screwed up enough already, just consider the impact that a flu pandemic might have. Here is a paper published by the IMF around the time of the avian flu scare in 2006.
Sounds like SARS or H5N1 all over again. Complacency discouraged.