Amongst the live acts performing in the store was Little Boots (pictured), who played a great short set comprising of new songs mixed with some old favourites.
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22 April 2012 at 1457 by Comments|
Areas covered were:
Afterwards it was (inevitably) beer at the Sutton Arms.
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19 April 2012 at 1524 by Comments|
The television analogue signal was turned off in London yesterday, and to commemorate the change an impressive light show took place at Crystal Palace transmitter last night, where I took this picture in somewhat drizzly conditions.
Although I have my doubts about the quality of DVB pictures on Freeview, especially when too much compression is applied to some of the channels, this is a major development in UK broadcasting as part of the process of turning off the analogue television signal after seventy five years.
16 April 2012 at 1432 by Comments|
Here’s a brief update on the WordCamp to be held on held on the weekend of 14-15 July 2012 in Edinburgh.
The event site, currently under development, is scheduled to be launched on 29 April 2012 to include a range of information about the event.
Ticket sales are planned to start on 6 May 2012 – initially they will be early bird discount tickets, similar to the process followed for last year’s Portsmouth WordCamp.
In the meantime, content ideas for the event can be posted on the WPUK planning wiki.
To post to the wiki, you need to be a registered user. To register contact me, detailing your name and website URL, with the subject line “WPUK wiki registration request”.
If you have been a subscriber to old list, and have not received an email automatically subscribing you to the new list, you should manually subscribe to the WPUK mailing list.
10 April 2012 at 0902 by Comments|
The Festival, which ran 14 March to 1 April 2012, featured 50 real ales and 10 ciders.
Five of the ales were by international brewers but specially brewed in the UK, shown by [international special] below.
Here’s the beers I sampled over the two and half week festival, along with marks out of ten and a brief comment:
Full details are given in the festival tasting notes [6.7MB PDF].
9 April 2012 at 2101 by Comments|
Rain washes out Easter Monday in Acton at 1940 on 9 April 2012.
20 March 2012 at 1513 by Comments|
Royal Festival Hall at 2003 on 16 March 2012.