Weekly Wrap 547: All the birds, some of the blockchain

I’m very happy with my week of Monday 16 to Sunday 22 November 2020. I made another good podcast. I wrote an adequate thing. And so much of it was dominated by birds — though not so much the one in the photo.

The birds I refer to are those of eight or nine varieties who’ve been gathering to eat the food I put out for them at Bunjaree Cottages. There were newcomers this week. Sometimes it gets a bit rowdy.


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The Week Ahead

It’s week 36 of the Quarantimes at Bunjaree Cottages at Wentworth Falls, at least once I’m back there on Tuesday, and it’s definitely going to be a writing week. I’ll figure out the details as I go along.

On Friday I’ll watch the session on Trolling in Chinese and English – Research Findings from Information Innovation @ UTS.

I’m taking a break from the podcast this week. The next episode will be with the wonderful Andrew P Street, probably in the week starting Monday 30 November.

Further Ahead

[Photo: An Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca) wandering the Darling Quarter, Sydney, on 21 November 2020.]