Last night I joined the Hursley cycle club for their regular Wednesday evening rides. We set off into the low sun towards Ampfield woods and from there I had completely no idea where we were or where we were going.
The ride was fantastic. A nicely chosen route gave some good downhill bits, including one . . . → Read More: Offroad night ride with Hursley Cycle club
On Saturday I hosted a group for 30 people at IBM Hursley for a Hampshire Linux User Group meeting.
We had a good set of talks, including Andy Stanford-Clark talking about his twittering house and mousetraps as well as the twittering Red Funnel Ferries [telegraph.co.uk] and his energy monitoring via Current Cost devices. I did . . . → Read More: Linux User Group @ Hursley
I thought I should put up a few of the snowy photos I have taken recently. All were taken at IBM Hursley
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I have been trying to take my compact camera everywhere with me, and have been failing miserably. I missed the most amazing foggy sunrise yesterday at work because I had gotten lazy about bringing it.
Here are a couple of shots from around work taken recently
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It’s that time of year again – Hursley Fireworks.
I went to see if I could get anything different from other years. Not sure I really did though…
Unfortunately I did get some rain blown from the trees on my lens, so some photos have some rain-spots (I suppose that is . . . → Read More: Hursley fireworks 2008