The next big thing is a lot of small things, and Liverpool is well on the way to that. My #LiverpoolHannahLinks visits have been on hiatus during the pandemic but I've written up the idea behind them. Hope to get back to adding more links soon. #weeknotes http://www.mcqn.net/mcfilter/archives/liverpool/liverpoolhannahlinks.html
Got a new gadget to play with yesterday, complete with potentially-2nd-World-War-era roll of paper #teletype
IT'S FREE SEEDS TIME AGAIN if you're in the UK, boost please!
this year i have no allotment and less garden space and hence less need for seeds. i will post excess ones to you if you're in the uk
as a disclaimer, many of the packets have been open a while and/or have passed their use-by date by a few months, but they're free so who cares right
seeds marked * are ones i've harvested myself, of whose viability i make no guarantee
i'll list available seeds below, reply if you're interested!
Revisiting this 10-year-old post, I reckon I was onto something. Pretentious Middle English proverb as post title probably the SEO-killer https://blog.mattedgar.com/2011/01/03/and-te-tide-and-te-time-that-tu-iboren-were-schal-beon-iblescet/
@mdales Regarding https://www.mynameismwd.org/photos/looking_out_over_the_fens/ I (as definitely-NOT-a-photographer...) wonder if the portrait framing works against the impression of flatness? For me it feels like the horizon stretching wider would help convey some of the endless skies of the fens. I guess ditto with a 2/3rds sky, 1/3rd land sort of composition. At least that's what I'd be framing if I was #InTheSaddle in the fens.
A week in and out the shop: Laser cutting all the things, struggling with soft vs hard wood, and making my own Fusion 360 plug in for fretboards.
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