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Denby Ode

Denby Ode

Denby Ode (glaze and pattern) was created by Glynn Colledge,  issued by Denby in 1961 and in production until about the late 1970’s. 219 more words


The Apollo Code Redundancy Speculation

About 12-15 years ago, some friends and I were discussing Moore’s Law, but from a slightly different angle. While we’ve enjoyed exponential increases in computer memory memory and storage space over the past couple of decades, we were nevertheless impressed by the programmers of the early personal computers. 1,759 more words


Molesey Amateur Regatta: Henley Minor

20 July 2017

Tim Koch has been upriver:

Famously, nostalgia is not what it used to be. Of course, few things are, and the annual Molesey Regatta, held a little way upstream of Molesey Boat Club, close to Hampton Court Palace, 12 miles south-west of Central London, is no exception. 1,368 more words

Body of missing Hancock man found in Portage Canal | Upper Michigan's Source

The body of a Hancock man who went missing in January was found in the Portage Canal Saturday.

According to the Facebook Page “Search for Ryan Clark,” 33-year-old Kenneth ‘Ryan’ Clark’s body was found Saturday morning in the Portage Canal. 11 more words


Footnote to a commemoration

A biography of the great art historian, Kenneth Clark, has just been published. It is reviewed in the Times Literary Supprumlement this week. And a paragraph in the review reminds us of something that might be forgotten in the commemoration currently going on around the world of an event 500 years ago. 193 more words

Culture Matters

Kenneth Clark Life, Art and Civilisation

James Stourton’s observation, quite early on in this hefty tome, that his subject’s autobiography opens with one of the most memorable sentences in English (‘ 673 more words