Catching up with posting some shots to the site from the last year. Again, some of these are up on Flickr, but I’ve felt a bit insecure not having a back up, or at least being able to present them as a nice album.
I’ve finally found a cool replacement album template to show these shots of Kefalonia. It’s in Flash, unfortunately, so I can’t link to individual shots, but that’s the price you pay for cool simplicity.
Anyway, this was a week long vacation on the island that’s supposedly the home of Odysseus. It’s spelt many ways (for example, also known as Cephalonia). I seem to have spelt it wrong anyway in a few places.
TV Cream’s Top 100 Toys of the 70s and 80s is awesome. I recognize nearly everything here. Not sure if this is a UK centric list, though. I suspect so.
I was telling Shannon about Toasted Soldiers just the other day. Is this just a peculiarly English thing. Anyway, some obsessive has done the decent thing and developed a toastie soldier cutting machine. Perfect perferations every time.
So, to recap. 1,000 people died in New Orleans, not 10,000. The looting and violence was no worse then normal. And now the we get this: floodwaters not as toxic to humans as previously thought, study says.
This lack of accurate reporting at the time is a little disconcerting.
Taken the day after Dexter was born.
This is Sarah and Karl’s new boy, Dexter.
It was at least 5 days after this that we first saw hi eyes. Here he is having a gurgle.