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Diary for 29th February 2008

A BMJ article suggests wine should be widely available by the half bottle, as in the US, to tackle middle England’s excess drinking. Fab! «

This 1,267th post was filed under: Diary Style Notes.

Introducing the Diary

Diary
Photo by Paul Watson, modified under licence
The experiment in mini-posts seems to have worked well, and has received positive feedback from readers whilst being very easy for me to use. I therefore intend to continue with it.

As you may have already noticed, I’ve made some changes to the display of the posts to give them a more permanent identity, as I felt that having a screaming headline format didn’t really work for the mini-posts. For that reason, I’ve renamed them ‘My Diary’, and given them their own special design, which I feel works rather well – and I hope you do too.

Let me know what you think, keep commenting, and help the very discussion to thrive.

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Thoughts for 28th February 2008

One government body (the rail regulator) fines another government body (Network Rail) millions. Who actually benefits from such charades? «

The fact that a member of the Lords can claim with confidence that nurses are promiscuous is far more intriguing than whether he’s right. «

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Thoughts for 27th February 2008

Cameron suggesting US Presidential style debates is very interesting: It’s the first time the leader in the polls has done so. Encouraging! «

This 1,264th post was filed under: Diary Style Notes.


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