- BBC News – A question of time: changing the clocks
Yet more evidence to change to CET/CEST. When will it happen? Do we have to get a petition going?
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- BBC News – Putting clocks back damages our health, says expert
More reasons to be on CET.
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- Putting ice on injuries could slow healing – Telegraph
About five days too late for my mother-in-law's badly bruised cheek.
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I’m sorry to say that grayblog has been hit by hackers. They inserted some malicious code on Tuesday afternoon. If you have visited the site between then and now, I suggest you run a scan for malware.
I’ve now blocked FTP, changed the FTP password and removed the malicious code from all the changed pages.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Hackers = evil bastards.
- Proloquo2Go: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
Hmm. Not sure how mum would get on with an iPod, but this is what the nurse recommends. We can organise a trial for her, so it'll be a case of suck it and see.
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- Belgium divisions deepen further | EurActiv
EurActiv, as usual, gives a rather more detailed account.
- BBC News – Belgium fails to break political deadlock
Again. I'm not sure that new elections would help. The Belgians that I've spoken to (admittedly, all Flemish) seem to think that the country will eventually break up. It will be interesting to see how the neighbours respond to that – the Dutch will almost certainly absorb Flanders, but the French are less than enthusiastic about taking on Wallonia, which, if it remained independent, would become the poorest member of the EU. Then there is the Brussels issue – I don't think it has been suggested, but it would almost make sense if it become an independent city-state, at least from a political point of view.