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Making ships

It was very windy in Canary Wharf today. So windy, in fact, that I started to regret my decision to wear a hat. Mind you, it wasn’t windy when I left Farnham first thing this morning so I can be … Continue reading

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Dead in the river

Tonight I went back to Surrey Uni with Dawn to attend a lecture on skulls (and other bones) found in, beside or under the Thames. It was really very good and thoroughly enjoyable. It was organised by the Humanity group … Continue reading

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Glaringly transparent

It seems I was somewhat precipitous in my wardrobe accomplishments yesterday. As Mirinda says, we are going to the show room on Saturday to make sure the doors are all right. ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ Today I went to a talk at the … Continue reading

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Primary Forensics

So, today, Dawn and I attended a day course in forensic archaeology, ostensibly about Egyptian archaeology. I think I’ve been spoilt by university. The debates, the cut and thrust of opinion, agreeing and disagreeing with the lecturer. This wasn’t like … Continue reading

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Slow Movement

In LaPIS today, we had a guest lecturer who is presently ‘doing’ her PHd. Each week we have a different person, giving us a different view on the Information Sciences. We’ve had a woman who carries a load of donated … Continue reading

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