Hi Weebley, I’m back from the UK. I had a nice peaceful weekend at the cottage with Mac and Joe 90.
The wedding was fabulous, as expected. I’m not sure who was happier, William and Kate, or Queen Elizabeth! There is hope brewing in the UK . . .
Anyway, do you want the good news or the bad news?
OK, I’ll give you the bad news, courtesy of Mac, who embedded the news in the 1100-1200 Hz range:
Source: UFO TV show – UK 1970s
Now that you have the bad news, at least now you know what you are up against and what to do.
Now the good news. You and Steve now have the time to fully embrace a “database” approach to getting the job in an interactive form, which is right up your alley, since you have been manipulating a complex interactive database for 11 years now.
Here’s a little bicycle clip from Andrew Stott when he had the job a while back:
Unfortunately, he retired.
Did you notice the Microsoft Outlook “Notes” program running on the LCD screens in the background? Very cool.
Martha Lane Fox gave a good speech about the impact of UK citizens communicating with each other and with government online. She said the number of people that do not use the internet is closer to 15 million. Imagine.
You now know what you guys are up against Weebley. Let Steve know he has to budget his time well, as he may get a call soon.
The cure for the UK’s ills may demand showing the logic behind it all . . . again and again:
Source: the cure – a forest (acoustic)