Weekly Wrap 536: Cybers and a chat at the start of spring

Spring was well under way in my week of Monday 31 August to Sunday 6 September 2020. The wattle was flowering. Birds of so many species were doing what birds do. And my mood improved and productivity rose as the sunlight hours lengthened.


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Media Appearances

Corporate Largesse

None. If you’re in a big corporation, why not send me some of the lovely merch that you can’t hand out at conferences any more?


The Week Ahead

It’s week 25 of the Quarantimes at Bunjaree Cottages at Wentworth Falls, though I’ll be making one of my now semi-regular trips to Sydney late in the week.

On Tuesday I’m recording a podcast with space archaeologist Dr Space Junk aka Dr Alice Gorman, who’s previously been on a Probe episode. If you have TRIGGER WORDS or a CONVERSATION TOPIC you’ll need to get them to me by midday AEST.

This week’s livestreams of interest, neither of which are likely to lead to stories but meh.:

Further Ahead

[Photo: Wattle flowers on Railway Parade just east of Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains, photographed 6 September 2020.]