Invincible summer |||

Back to work

Six months complete change and rest. Just what the doctor ordered, apart from the champagne jelly and the motoring in Egypt.

I’m back, fighting fit and ready to win in the War on Error. Let’s go.

Up next June diary To Bramley for a couple of days working on CRM, and interviewed Karen Shaw for the Dyalog history. Surfed John Scholes’ couch, spending a great War on Terror Everything comes to him who waits. In this case, the ethical foreign policy we voted for a decade ago. In an article in yesterday’s Guardian,
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