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In Walden we’re blessed with an abundance of charity shops, well stocked with vintage newspapers, magazines, books, records and printed ephemera. Yesterday I found four copies of “Science News”, a quarterly paperback published by Penguin in 1957. Read More >

Posted: January 30th, 2010
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RESEARCH_1smLovely surprise in the post this morning. Research Studios have designed a calendar using a selection of their graphic fonts, including examples from work on ARENA magazine and Michael Mann’s Public Enemies. Read More >

Posted: January 27th, 2010
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Special Edition of the great new Charlotte Gainsbourg and Beck album arrived this week. Comes with a book and a DVD which includes the video for Heaven Can Wait directed by Keith Schofield Read More >

Posted: January 24th, 2010
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Last night I went to see a 3D screening of AVATAR in Cambridge. Not much I can write about the film that hasn’t been covered elsewhere. Still, can’t resist making the point that I went to see it, on it’s first run, in 3D, because it’s sure to go down as a cinema milestone, like Star Wars. A “Daddy where were you when…” film moment. Read More >

Posted: January 20th, 2010
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Late afternoon run out of town as light was failing. Still a good covering of snow on the fields. (B1052 to the Newport Roundabout, B1383 to Littlebury, B184 back into Walden). Read More >

Posted: January 15th, 2010
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Katrina Hughes by Robert Wilson
Poking around the London Boat Show’s site in readiness for Friday’s visit and discovered a link to Robert Wilson’s series on British sailors “Blown Away” being exhibited at the show. Read More >

Posted: January 6th, 2010
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August and I walked from Walden to Catmere End, to retrieve my car after late night fun at Lisa and Mike’s and then Vicky and Steve’s parties. Bright crisp morning. Climbing over the top we found the last of the snow and some trees covered in very yellow lychen. Read More >

Posted: January 3rd, 2010
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