This is going to be one weird day around here . . . I can feel it already. A day where we slap around a few ideas on who, what, where, when and why. A day where we establish a base line comparison . . . a virtual parallel . . . to the UK economy, so we can begin to structure the other site. Can it be done? Oh yes!
A few bubblehead diagrams . . . a little gay banter . . . some self effacing jokes.
Source: level 42 – love games
Yesterday was so much fun. Everyone stayed over. Steve came back . . . so we had a bit of a party . . . a late night . . . I’m the only one awake right now.
Oh . . . Lucy just got up. Blueberry pancakes! Yesh!
Hopefully, by the end of the day after a chit-chat, I will be able to go to my WordPress Guru with a nice fluffy action plan on design . . .
It’s funny really. Steve really wants to be transparent about this Digital Strategy job, but he is beginning to wonder whether he is suddenly looking through a one-way mirror on this issue. Time to make ‘em dance?
Source: ladytron – seventeen
I have the distinct impression that Steve made a deliberate error on the financial stuff the other day. A broom handle in the spokes of his application of virtual reality into real reality, so he could fly out of the saddle and through the air in parallel with the UK economy. Could you imagine Steve doing that job? It would be like a Spokesperson like the government has never seen before. A person so transparent everyone will wonder if he is really there or not. Is the UK ready for that?
PS: Steve just got up and showed me an email he just received from the UK. “Hold off on any eMPs today,” he said.
Roger, Wilco, and Out in space without a helmet on.
PPS: Sorry Steve, you PuzzleMan, us strangers came today and we are here to stay!