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The aesthetics of wind farms

Sunlight. For the first time in weeks. I noticed that, and decided to take advantage by taking a brief lunchtime stroll on the wide open heathland on Lauder hill, near my office. Read more →

Sinclair ZX Spectrum: 30 years old today

Today is St George's Day, Shakespeare's birthday, and, alarmingly, the 30th anniversary of the launch of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. While helping my parents move house earlier this year I came across my Spectrum, which occupied a position of some importance in our house from, I think, early 1983, to around 1986. Read more →

Looking up

One of the things I appreciate most about living in the Borders is simply looking up. At the huge skies we enjoy here, in the open country. At night you can see the stars clearly. And by day there are often the most amazing cloud shapes. Read more →

A break in the clouds

The stars are aligned, and I'm restarting my blog again after goodness knows how long. About two years actually. Things have been very, very busy. Read more →

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