You know those weeks where you’ve been frantically busy all week but when you look back you can’t pick out a single thing you’ve done? I’ve had one of those weeks. I did go out for a night of debauchery and cavorting to celebrate the Divine M’s birthday, which was fun, but didn’t lead to anything blog-worthy (other than the ever-constant wonder why all the best ones are taken).
So I really have nothing else to say before I start you in on the roast.
The Thai police force have come up with a novel way to punish their rule-breaking officers.
A new tool is being developed to help you fix your holiday snaps – unsightly fat mounds of roasting tourist blubber spoiling your shot of the pristine golden sands? Worry no more. Also props to the researcher for getting the phrase “semantic scene data” into the interview.
Trust the Japanese to come up with video conferencing for the shy.
In London between September 13th and March 2008? Pop into the British Museum to see the Terracotta Army.
There are times I just don’t need to add anything to a link other than point you at it and suggest you sit there and marvel at the idiocy that is mankind. The Banana Bunker is one such link.
Like books? Blog a Penguin.
I could go into a long rant about the debacle that is the A303 and Stonehenge, but I won’t. It’s much easier if I just point you towards what Paul has to say on the matter.