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From a train window

I took this photo from the train on my way to Hull last week. It was a spur of the moment thing, but I’m very happy with the way it turned out. 174 more words

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Reflections on Goole - a film by Goole Civic Society

I was invited to a film premier on Friday evening.  Not quite a glamorous, Hollywood fancy frock job but something, in my view, much more valuable; a remembrance of things past and a reminder they are what makes our present and our futures. 431 more words

Last Week's Work - w/c 6th Nov'

Last Wednesday was the first day of the second week of our MA course. We were visited by Fiona Chapman, who studied the MA herself around 10 years ago, and now runs a local charity called Musical Connections. 410 more words

10 facts you didn't know about Goole

Goole is a fascinating port town that proudly holds the title of the UK’s furthest inland port. 

This article digs deep into interesting facts from Goole’s Civic Society and delves into things you might not know about unique landmarks and places you’ll have experienced around the town. 177 more words

Google Chrome will have a new feature for MITM attacks

A new security feature will be added to Google Chrome that will recognize when third-party software is making man in the middle attack (MITM).

Google Chrome will display a new warning page, which means that the browser has detected known software on the computer or network that can perform a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack. 82 more words

Scrambled Tofu and Biplanes

Soon the university and school terms begin in the Northern hemisphere, and that is the harbinger for shorter and colder days. The cat has already started spending her days sleeping inside the house, ideally on clean washing! 1,391 more words

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Former Cancer Patient to Canoe Leeds and Liverpool Canal

A cancer sufferer on two separate occasions is canoeing from Liverpool to Goole to raise money for the support charity that helped him and his family. 430 more words