With these extremely hard National Geographic puzzles…
I just got back from bangor! droping fred of, hes studying there, his dorm is in the new block and is very nice, bev is down south… glostershire i think, something like that, she is living in middle of town/city of glostershire and has the cathedral a 50 second walk away and all the shops she could ever need right on her doorstep, its a privet dorm not uni one.
Been filming in snowdonia natinal park on way back, should be uploading some soon, also thoughts about setting a short film there, as i will be visiting every few months one of the trips should be unuf for a short film.
Sounds a good weekend, both in case study regions!
To the topic of this post, i just completed the africa one in a relaxed 8 min 58 seconds, a nice change from my normal rutieen, i may well be checking back in one it often, a nice thing to do that kills time in a relaxing fassion. PS time included talking to a person on msn advising him with video camras
Intresting artical: http://tech.uk.msn.com/features/article.aspx?cp-documentid=9744778
here another link on same atrtical http://tech.uk.msn.com/features/gallery.aspx?cp-documentid=9742857
list of things predicted to dissapear from our lifes, although some of them so seem a little….
Agree, some interesting thoughts about the future…
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