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Archives for August, 2010

Chelsea to Waterloo

Onwards then, along the Thames path! I went for a bit of a wander through London yesterday, and to do some museuming. Unfortunately, the weather was not the bright sun predicted by the met office but overcast with intermittent rain. Oh well. Here are some pictures I took. They’re not particularly interesting but I’d hate […]

Raw milk

Raw milk! Fresh, flavoursome, rich and creamy, and straight from the cow! Nothing beats the the wholesome taste of raw milk! Here’s a glass of that scrumptious substance I had yesterday. Held bravely by my mum, who was inexplicably terrified of it. I’d recommend it to anyone!

Skipton Castle and the York Bunker

I went up north last weekend and visited two historical attractions! York nuclear bunker is an interesting but slightly creepy former fallout monitoring station in Acomb. I also went to to Skipton castle which is a short train ride from york. It’s grand! Compact but well preserved. I would like to congratulate whoever wrote the […]

Station Jim

I may well have mentioned Station Jim on this blog previously, but I don’t think I have devoted a whole article to him, which he most certainly deserves. This is Station Jim. He is a dead dog. Very very dead. In fact, he has been dead and on display at Slough train station for over […]

Minor Lunar Lander update

I’ve released an updated version of my Lunar Lander game: version 0.6.1. Aside from some minor packaging tweaks, the main new feature of this release is that it queries the system for a list of supported resolutions rather than using a predefined list. Source version is available here: lander-0.6.1.tar.gz. Windows and perhaps binary .deb to […]