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A few videos…

1) Don’t Undermine Bangladesh Last year a campaigner based in Bangladesh contacted me on facebook in regard to a proposed open cast mine in Phulbari, Bangladesh. A UK based company GCM were attempting to get permission to build a mine that would displace 30,000 people and destroy the water supply of a further million. […]

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The power of a tweet…(but annoyingly I’m the only one that will ever know)

An interesting thing happened to me a few evenings ago. I was at one of the iTunes festival gigs in the roundhouse, which featured the eclectic line-up of Mumford and Sons (yawn), the Temper Trap (not bad) and Stephen Fry (yes, that Stephen Fry). Stephen Fry was there in a warm-up capacity presumably because of […]

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Kimondo moves to WordPress

Hello, I’ve now moved my blog to wordpress rather than drupal as a bit of an experiment! I’ve moved my two most popular posts over from the old site, but hopefully will be blogging a bit more frequently.

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Vespiform attacking a 1920


It’s always curious to see real life and fiction blur – this week’s Dr Who adventure which was inspired by a cover of an Agatha Christie book: Although Russell T Davies recounted that he was disappointed the book didn’t actually feature a giant wasp.. the book makes it into the final minute of the episode […]

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