Writing continues apace; I've so far killed off one character, given another depression that will likely kill her, and shown […]
posted another travel log, along with some photos from london (paris to come!) http://wintermute.com.au/bits/2011-01/travel-log-v/
restored the twitter->fb link, so the stuff i'm instagram'ing should show up too; this'll work while i'm on hols and not being too webby
incidentally, apple's all-glass thing works beautifully positioned next to the louvre's reverse pyramid
writing is going well; I'm able to turn out over a thousand words even when I'm not really in the […]
ran to the eiffel tower and back today; http://wintermute.com.au/bits/2011-01/travel-log-iv/
Have been in London just over a week, but had very sporadic internet access while here. I've now reached St […]
waiting for the eurostar to paris (@ Eurostar Departure Lounge) http://4sq.com/h9Blke
shopping with @minchyow in westfield london, downing a coffee from sacred, leeching wifi, wondering if I can afford a prada bag
The City of London visitor centre had a brochure with a walking tour of the city, highlighting a whole lot of contemporary architecture; the Gherkin is particularly well-known (and I've included it in a couple of the photos), but the city is full of new developments (plenty of building sites too), and it's some really interesting architecture, especially beautiful when set against the City's really old buildings too.
The book I'm writing is divided into two parallel stories — one in the 19th century, one in the 21st […]
not tweeting, but writing in long form; eg, a partial outline from the book: http://wintermute.com.au/bits/2011-01/raphael-outline-i/
In Salisbury to catch up with cousins, and for a little downtime to get myself into the idea of establishing […]
Made it to London a couple of days ago — in time for a quiet New Year's Eve — and […]
chilling in the qantas lounge prior to boarding — I have to manage the 30° to 0° shift somehow, and I'm counting on alcohol making it easier
so I'm leaving in a few hours, I guess I should start packing — what does one take on a 10 week trip?
the king's speech is a great film — incredible, moving story, delivered by an outstanding cast at their best
tron legacy looks beautiful and has great sci-punk soundtrack, but is a dreadful movie, plot full of techno-fetishist digital salvation
getting in a final dose of sydney before flying out tomorrow; trying to pretend like the money's not going to run out
days of eating made running again difficult (who knew?!), but after the initial hurdle gave me stores I don't usually have — 11k worth
i own and love 7 of The Factual Opinion's top 10 songs of 2010, so bought the albums containing the remaining 3 http://bit.ly/hbxTjo
on the way home from work, to-do list finished, out-of-office email on, and I don't have to return for three months #nice
putting together a marketing strategy for a hypothetical product and audience I know next to nothing about; interesting
we're after a backend (.NET and/or CF) f/t and a flex contractor RT @GrudenGroup Looking for developers http://bit.ly/egATGL
supposed to return to work tomorrow but the celebrations are continuing; the year's almost over now, right?
closing out the work year now: away down south for the next two days then packing up next week then three months off!
received the gawker compromise warning email, but i don't have an account, but then where'd they get my email?
just published a piece about the WCAG 2.0 transition at the @GrudenGroup blog http://blog.gruden.com/2010/12/what-does-wcag-2-mean-for-me/
linen shirt acquired, thanks to my good friend giorgio, but I'm struggling to find a seasonally-appropriate waistcoat
cool change at twilight. 7km run under moonlight. beautiful end to the weekend.