Apologies for the lack of posts recently. After a couple of lean years I am suddenly working much more and time is at a premium. However, much of the new work is seasonal and I hope to be blogging regularly later in the year.
Today we changed ISP. Hardly worth a blog post - I admit - but it means that my old email address is well and truly dead and buried. If you need to get in touch, please use my new email address (or send a pigeon). Cheers
Right, I think it's mostly here. My old Web site at http://www.lancewoodman.co.uk is likely to disappear early in the New Year. In anticipation of this I have been overhauling this place to include most of the old content. The menu bar at the top now has fairly comprehensive links to different parts of my professional … Continue reading The big move
Have a great Christmas, everyone.
Welcome to the new virtual home for New in Town. I'm not quite au fait with the software yet, so please bear with me well I get the site up to speed.
>Here's a superb video of the pros riding in echelon at the Tour of Qatar: http://www.vsimgcdn.com/swf/flvPlayer_4.2.5.swf?rev=236I found it at the Inner Ring blog who located it at Cyclingfans.com. If you've ever been shouted at a Thursday night Hillingdon session for not getting the changes right, it's well worth a look.
>I had a play with wordle.net to produce a word cloud based on this blog. Here it is:There are some negative words in there. I'd better call the analyst.Thanks to Dave Windass at Killing Time for pointing me towards wordle.
>It was nice, the other day, to chat with a playwright who called round to the house - it makes me realise how rare an event this is nowadays. I've got out of the theatre mix since moving here, and the conversations that provoke and sustain have largely ceased. The house move has triggered this, … Continue reading >Talking shop
>Just when I need to be focusing on hard typing, real life intervenes again. Our 'conservatory' (lean to / utility space / shanty room) has started falling down. The builder has been to have a look and spread the gloom. The wall needs to be taken down (if it hasn't fallen down by the time … Continue reading >The wall comes down