Delft II

Lisa works in Ikea arranging things, taking photos of her arrangements, and then sending the images around the world so that Ikeas everywhere can better display their bits and bobs. This is obviously part developed skill and part tidybrain syndrome (this is what I have called it, do you like it Lisa? Or is there […]

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Illumination, Amusement and a Connection between Depression and the Immune System

The British Library Digital Catalogue Of Illuminated Manuscripts is now open for business. Interface is a little stark, so here’s their human friendly introduction to the archive. And if that’s not enough excitement for you for one day I’ve found you another video ou un person anglais parler en francais; Oui. C’est Eddie Izzard. *** […]

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A Day Out with My Brain

To the trains! Today was a most intrepid day. I had Bowen lady followed by a neurology appointment. Ten came with me, because, you know, traveling. The first half of the day was easy enough, but by the time we’d done it all I needed serious supervision to get home. I’d wondered what he was going to […]

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the actors are coming!

quick question. is it just me noticing something that always goes on or is there really a bit of a british invasion on american screens? so, we all know about hugh laurie, both sides of the pond. english actor impresses all with his grasp of american english as house. we’re all on the same page […]

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