It's 03:48 in Crawley, 04:48 in Uppsala, 10:48 in Shanghai, 14:48 in Auckland . Post a message
Heading home this afternoon (have to carry the tent on the train, like the good old days!), see you both at the White Hart at 8.
Photos up on Picasa - http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/richard.p.mann/DeepSouthUSA
This is cool:
I love the irony that, of all the books this could have happened to, it was 1984:
Leaving Chattanooga, heading to Atlanta. There's a big aquarium, and it contains some BIG THINGS
Is a good place name. Sounds like you need to listen to some bluegrass there.
29th, 30th, what's the difference?!
Just to point out to you that whatever continent you are in, if you are planning to meet on Wednesday July 30th, you have a problem - see a calendar.
July 30th is good for me.
Leaving Nashville, heading for the Smoky Mountains.
Wednesday 30th July is good for me.
http://picasaweb.google.com/andrewiaintaylor/Iceland#5357915161659972818 is crying out for a speech bubble
A laborious process, but they are now online. Video didn't work though ('invalid file type'), any other suggestions for that?
May I draw Richard's attention to:
And general attention to the genuine WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAALE! photo (sorry it's not visible):
White Hart, 8pm. I've now taken the Thursday off, so hope this is still ok with you two?
Watch out Richard
Salisbury address is 58 Windsor Road, Salisbury, Wilts, SP2 7DX
Have been the highlight of all the conferences I've been to.
WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALE photos (and video!) have arrived, I'll put them up at the weekend. How can I put a video on the internet? It needs to be seen!
The talks at this conference (oneself excluded of course!) are ASTONISHINGLY bad!
Wait for the terribly funny line...
Hello (y'all?) from Oxford.
You see, it's funny because I live in Oxford, but not this Oxfo...oh nevermind.
Hello from the dark dingy suburbs of Memphis. My motel room looks like its designed for long term living - strong smell of despair. Gold car!
If anyone's interested in getting a DSLR, 250 quid is a bargain for this: