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Flickr Pics 25th March 2008

on March 25, 2008 by kirsty

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In delicious on March 24, 2008

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"All chunks of time are not equal!"

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Incidents In The Rue Laugier by Anita Brookner

In books read on March 23, 2008

This got off to a really slow start. First there is an unnecessary introductory chapter and then there is a long bit about the family history before the main character is born. When the book finally gets going about a quarter of the way in it quickly turns into a marvellous life story.

Mostly it's a story about Maud from Dijon who doesn't quite fit into the social world that her mother, who is something like a poor relation out of an historical novel, wants her to be part of. The thing that seemed oddest though was that several mentions were made of it being 1971 when the core of the story takes place. The characters act like they come from an earlier time, and the timeline of the end of the story goes well past 1995 when it was written. Neither of which are that odd really now I come to write them down!

I like Brookner's writing but find it hard to get going with sometimes.

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Flickr Pics 23rd March 2008

on March 23, 2008 by kirsty

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In googlereader on March 22, 2008

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→Choose international domains on the iPhone keyboard

In googlereader on March 21, 2008

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→The First Rule of Programming: It’s Always Your Fault

In googlereader on March 21, 2008

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In googlereader on March 21, 2008

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“Discardia is celebrated by getting rid of stuff and ideas you no longer need. It’s about letting go, abdicating from obligation and guilt, being true to the self you are now. Discardia is the time to get rid of things that no longer add value to your life, shed bad habits, let go of emotional baggage and generally lighten your load.”

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