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In which your blogger marvels at the thoughtfulness of people, and the rarity of two blog posts in as many days.
I forget who said:
The true measure of friendship lies not in the orthodoxy of the consequential, but in the unbidden kindness of the moment.
Actually, I remember now: I said it, a few minutes ago. I just put it in quotes because there’s far more gravitas in the found quotation than in the “Hey! I just thought of this!” discourse of the internet. Sorry about that.
In the past couple of days, two of my friends sent me emails, as unbidden kindnesses of the moment. I can’t help but feel that there are other people who will appreciate their contents, so…
So, read on...
So, you may have heard whispers of a slight hoohah in London last night. I ventured out this morning and took some photographs. (For wherever there is trouble I shall be bravely there, a few hours later, when things have calmed down, and it’s daylight, and I can get a cup of tea.) Please insert your own social commentary as required. Photos after the break.
Midday on Sunday. My left sock, which started the day white, is being darkened by the small trickle of blood running down my leg. There are an awful lot of small lizards in the undergrowth, and the rustles of their darting back and forth is the only sound I can hear. About a mile away, at the other end of the island, there are hundreds of people, but I wouldn’t know it if I hadn’t walked past them about half an hour ago.
More after the break.
One of the Foundation’s achievements last year was our Research Center‘s moving to a larger laboratory space, in Mountain View, California. Earlier this month we held a small opening event. It gave us a chance to thank our Research Operations Manager, Tanya Jones, and her team, for all their work in yet-again increasing the capabilities of the Foundation to pursue its core research interests. Anyway… I took some snapshots during the afternoon, and thought I’d share them. Snapshot slideshow after the break.