[Stephen’s Web] List of tiny portable computers – it seems that people are looking for smaller and lighter computers – a far cry from the monster tower case and giant screen that we used to stay up late playing Doom II on, many years ago.
[Neil] I can appreciate the geeky beauty of thisR2D2 data projector, but I’m not looking to own one.
Woke up on Friday to the radio broadcasting the dawn service at the War Memorial in Canberra. Sombre, reflective, and surprisingly Christian in its content. For some reason, I wasn’t organised enough to end up at a dawn service myself: maybe next year. Breakfast was after a ride in my brother’s new car, a walk […]
two brothers cafe, milsons point Paul Bassett coffee. 55 Lavender St, Milsons Point. A truly beautiful spot for a cafe – on a still day, you can sit outside, and look at Sydney harbour. The interior of the cafe doesn’t disappoint either: the indoor space is split between a modern kitchen, and a lucky few […]
bar bellaccino, Circular Quay. Crema D’oro coffee. Next to the Marriott hotel, near Circular Quay. Unusually for the city, there’s a queue to order coffee here. Though the staff know all the regulars, none of them talk to each other: it’s strictly get the coffee and run. There are a few biscuits, and some banana […]
cafe omelette, surry hills Bun Coffee (roasted in Byron Bay). Shop 1, 99 Devonshire Street Surry Hills. Just a short walk from Central station, this little place proves popular with local office workers and hipsters alike. With a broad range of fresh, tasty-looking food that’s ready to take away, this would be a good spot […]
buzz espresso bar, cronulla Campos coffee. Shop 6/28 The Kingsway, Cronulla. As you can tell from the photo, it’s pretty cramped here – one group of customers have a stroller with them, and so it’s a little tricky to move through to get a seat. Once seated, you will realise that it’s order and pay […]
[kev] A variety of online and offline bible map resources. I’ve found a map can really bring something to life – especially when explaining things to kids – this would save a lot of time compared to trying to prepare something yourself.
[43 folders] Punctuation mistakes everyone makes – great reading for punctuation nazis. Shows that computers of today still don’t make it automatic, or even easy, to do this correctly.
Oh, what a Bite! North Sydney – West St Caffe Di Gabriel Coffee. West St, North Sydney. This is a renovated sandwich bar where nothing is as you’d expect. The staff are friendlier, the food fresher, and the coffee is better. I’ve never heard someone in a cafe say “bless you” to one of the […]