by Eithne Dodd
The troops could not control the men gathered in Nottingham’s marketplace. The men were framework knitters, angered at the introduction of wide frames three decades earlier. 463 more words
I’d consider myself a pretty hand person, I’ve been known to put together a few bookcases from Ikea and few flatpack cupboards and units. I like to call it amature capentry and that’s just because I get to hold a hammer in one hand for the backing pins and a srewdriver in the other for the locking nuts. 316 more words
(7 February 2018, AFR, p36, by Nathaniel Popper)
‘You did not have to be a technophobe to worry that the virtual-currency boom of the past year papered over plenty of problems. 104 more words
I’m so confused I can’t even work out what I need to know about to stop the confusion.
A month ago I wasn’t confused I was just lacking in knowledge. 661 more words