So, I guess it’s time I updated you on my crazy royal wedding antics. In case you didn’t see my blog last week, it went something like this: – There’s a royal wedding – It’s a moment of history – I don’t really care too much about a couple of strangers getting married, but… – … More Where there’s a Will there’s a way!
Look, it’s happening. There is going to be a royal wedding, it’s going to be on Friday, I’ve already seen the flags and bunting, it’s happening. It will be a moment of history, whether you like it or not, so I’m torn. Do I ignore it, because frankly I don’t really care about the fact … More Royal Wedding Fever
Last week I attended the national Student Radio Conference, hosted by Crush Radio in Hertfordshire. It was, as I somewhat worringly realised (just before I gave my talk as part of the ‘Future Technology of Radio’ panel) , about 11 years since I first attended a Student Radio Conference as Station Manager of Cambridge University … More The Future of Student Radio?
Having packed my bags for a ten-day stay in the States, I ended up on a four and a half month epic Space Nomad adventure (more details at spacekate.com). I’m finally home and embarking on another adventure. There’s no rest for the wicked (nor the jetlagged), so I’m pleased to announce that I’m currently half … More New adventures
They are not words that I expected to utter, but I think that London could learn something from America. Well, to be more precise, from Portland, Oregon. While I’ve been here I’ve been impressed by a number of things, simple things that I think that London could also benefit from. What London could learn from … More What London can learn from Portland (OR)
I have just spend over an hour, childishly excited about sorting through shelves and boxes worth of stuff, all saved from the scrapheap by an enterprising recycling initiative in Portland (OR), aptly named “Scrap“. It’s a positive haven for crafty folk like me, looking for a bit of inspiration, a bit of shiny paper, material … More Save it from the scrapheap!
So ten days turned into two months, and here I am, still in the United States. I’ve been noticing a range of inconsequential differences between the US and home (the UK) and I thought it might be fun to note a few of these things down. Things that surprise/confuse me: – So many auto-flush toilets. … More UK vs US – the same, but different