A sparse post this week. Mainly due to me being busy and it being too hot to read and think about technical stuff! Only three pointers to interesting items. A dozen new music items, though. I’m never too busy or too hot to ignore new music. As always, find me on Twitter if you want to comment on anything.
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Two articles on spaceflight this week, three on how the UK is experimenting with current coronavirus response, and two on chemistry about nomenclature and new ideas on what determines C-C and C-H bond length. Also, a great week for new music.
Here’s the 27th June edition of my weekly post. Half the year is gone already! I’ve lost track of time. Days, weeks, and months have all melded into one thing in my head. Anyway, I’m planning on starting to go back to the cinema and do other things out in the world from the 1st of July. So future weekly posts should start to get mini film reviews and stuff again from next weeks.
This week’s post has six article pointers and seven new music releases. As usual, you can get me on Twitter to discuss anything in this post.
I’m a day late with this weeks post! Anyway, here you go. Fifteen new music releases and six article pointers. Get me on Twitter if there is anything you want to discuss.
Seven articles and thirteen new music releases in this weeks post. Including details about the spectacular image of the Sun by Andrew McCarthy shown above.
Another music-heavy week! There are 13 pointers to new music in the Culture section. Plus some old music via the recreation of a 1979 Queen concert. And 10 assorted links to things that caught my eye this week.
A nice symmetry to the content in the latest Weekly Digest post. There are eleven items and also eleven new music pointers. Any questions, get me on Twitter.
Lots of ransomware stuff this week’s digest. Related to the Colonial Pipeline in the USA and the Health Service attack in Ireland. Links to 13 items in total. Plus pointers to 9 new music releases. Including an album of the year list contender.