One of many unusual images that can be found here.
I was woken up at about 1:00am this morning by a ‘small scale event’.
Pic found at: http://www.b3ta.com/board/
Currently on display at Schipol Airport.
For my colleagues at work…
From the page
“10. And finally, yes, I can read your email, I can see what web pages you look at while you are at work, yes, I can access every file on your work computer, and I can tell if you are chatting with people on an instant messenger or chat room (and can also read what you are typing).
But no, I don’t do it.
It’s unethical, I’m busy, and in all reality you aren’t all that interesting.
So unless I am instructed to specifically monitor or investigate your actions, I don’t.”
…it’s why I’m a wikipedian.
Brooke’s Mill, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, has been the home of wool cloth manufacturing for over two hundred years.
Founded in 1541 by the Brooke family, the trading company of John Brooke and Sons Ltd is believed to be the oldest surviving family business in the UK.
In 1987 the competition from low cost countries brought the inevitable demise of manufacturing on the site.
“It is the home to a community of new and growing businesses run by hard working and enterprising Yorkshire people.”
Another old company – this time the world’s oldest brewery dating back to the year 1040. Like the world’s oldest restaurant http://www.haslauer.at/ Weihenstephan overuse Flash but since they have been brewing excellent beer for nearly 1,000 years I can forgive them.
Stiftskeller St Peters in Saltzburg is the world’s oldest restaurant and was established in 803 but I wish I could be more enthusiastic about it’s web site, but I can’t due to it’s overuse of Flash and hideous background wallpaper.
“Shyness is nice, and
Shyness can stop you
From doing all the things in life
That you’d like to”