Monthly Archives: July 2013
I had a peek at our kids’ LinkedIn entries. Both Kate and Ben, are doing well professionally. Both have just started truly meaty jobs in their fields. We are pleased for and, yes, proud of them. What particularly strikes me … Continue reading
This post is only for those who track the alternate universe of climate science denialism. It will make no sense to anyone who hasn’t lifted the lid on that nest of vipers. — New mocking opportunities available. At the world’s … Continue reading
With apologies to AA Milne. By dint of her work with Guide Dogs, Heather and I were invited to a reception at Buckingham Palace last night. Champagne, canapes and dogs on a beautiful summer’s evening with a couple of dozen … Continue reading
My morning ritual includes letting the dog out and feeding him, numerous cups of espresso and an on-line trawl through Facebook, a few blogs and various magazine and newspaper sites. I read a reasonably broad spectrum of opinion, from the … Continue reading
As earlier, in April we had a house-wide IT failure. In replacing my desktop I was faced with restoring all my documents, my old emails (PSTs) and reinstalling Microsoft Office. And I’d be left knowing that I’d have to do … Continue reading
The AGU recently met to discuss how best to communicate the science behind climate change. These videos aren’t too too wonkish. Try a couple. http://www.realclimate.org/index.php?p=15599 If you’re really intrigued then subscribe to the Youtube AGU channel.