The main lesson from my week of Monday 23 to Sunday 29 August 2021 was that Spring is early this year. Very early. And I have the photographs to prove it. After a moist grey start to the week it ended up being bright and sunny, which improved my mood no end.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 587: Early Spring, calm before a hectic week, and a little Thai politics”
Weekly Wrap 275: Spring springs, and there was a pub…
My week of Monday 7 to Sunday 13 September was over more than a week ago. So let’s just list what happened and get on with the day, shall we?
- “The 9pm Public House Forum 1”, being The 9pm Edict episode 49, was recorded at the Australian Arms Hotel in Penrith on Saturday, and edited and posted on Sunday. I’m moderately pleased with the results of this Public House Forum. That means we’ll see another one before too long.
- On Monday, I spoke about the death of handwriting on ABC 891 Adelaide.
- On Friday morning, I delivered my guest lecture at the University of Technology Sydney. A recording will be posted on Wednesday 23 September, but for now you can check out the references and reading list.
- On Friday afternoon, I spoke about the massive service outage at Commonwealth Bank on 1395 FIVEaa Adelaide, but I did not record it.
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The Week Ahead
Well, it’s almost over. It’s already Sunday. But later today, there’ll be an episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, and another Weekly Wrap. Today is also the day that new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announces his first cabinet, and I have to write an analysis for ZDNet, so I’m hoping that I can get everything done.
[Photo: Almond Blossom at Bunjaree Cottages, photographed on 14 September 2015.]