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Web design: Victoria Climbié Foundation, and this blog

I’m happy to be able to announce the launch of the new site I’ve just completed for the child protection charity the Victoria Climbié Foundation UK. The site has been made in very quick time on a shoestring budget, using the Joomla CMS. Mor and Salimata in the VCF office […]

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Top quality hi-fi for £72

OK, so you have a computer (well, you would not be reading this if you didn’t), and you want an excellent and cheap hi-fi setup. How do you do it? My answer was to purchase some JBL Creature speakers in the January sales for £35 at Comet, and add a […]

EU Politics, Technology

Café Babel on EU blogs

This week’s edition of Café Babel gives an overview of the impact of blogs on EU politics – read the edition here. Interesting for me to read this issue now – I’ve only just completed this article for The New Federalist about the same subject. However, like much of what […]

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Reponsibility anonymous

It’s 2225 on Wednesday 17 May. I am sat, as I am so many evenings, at my computer in my room at 32A Aristotle Road. The blind is open, and the drops from the evening’s rain are still strewn across the window panes. In that pane I see my reflection. […]

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Vänster för Europa: my latest website

It’s taken a while for this site to see the light of day, but finally the new homepage for Swedish multi-party, left-of-centre, pro-European organisation Vänster för Europa is online. I did the organisation and implementation, and they will then keep it up to date. It’s a bit strange that I […]

EU Politics, Technology

How do you get to Augustusburg?

It had to happen at some point – delays to Ryanair flights. Considering how often I fly with them, it’s a miracle I am not delayed more often. Anyway, Saturday morning most of northern Europe was covered with fog and the incoming aircraft that would then take me to Altenburg […]