- Fri, 12:18: The UK's media failure, by @stephenkb. https://t.co/qQ7toCct6s
- Fri, 12:56: How Belgium Became Europe’s Den of Spies and a Gateway for China https://t.co/QtzGUXY3H4 @PeterMartin_PCM reports.
- Fri, 13:10: RT @FT: Prince Andrew, and some right royal corporate hypocrisy https://t.co/y7NLBntFIY
- Fri, 15:42: RT @pipmadeley: Anyone else remember the time Kate Bush unexpectedly turned up in #DoctorWho? https://t.co/8sdb6j6Xu7
- Fri, 18:19: February 2004 books https://t.co/hmpioYFzAv
- Fri, 20:48: RT @mariafarrell: The people in this photo . . . Peak Gilead. And with a side-order of stealing brown people's babies. Absolute horrorshow.…
- Fri, 21:15: RT @MalmstromEU: Delighted to spend my last days as commissioner in Barcelona. Now on my way home towards a new life.
- Sat, 08:11: RT @alexstubb: Good morning. Just slept well. Perhaps partially because I finished listening to @sleepdiplomat ”Why We Sleep”. Always worth…
- Sat, 09:03: RT @dotski_w: Even for Marina Hyde, this is outstanding. https://t.co/qMs2n0NVSn
- Sat, 10:45: Elizabeth I’s Translation of Tacitus: Lambeth Palace Library, MS 683 https://t.co/h0faxhV66k Exciting!
Three spinoff books this evening, one featuring Erimem and two from the Lethbridge-Stewart sequence. Second paragraph of third chapter of Prime…
These are the three books that won the BSFA Award, the James Tiptree Jr (now Otherwise) Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 2004 for work…
Two more of the collection of short Neil Gaiman books which I picked up years ago in a Humble Bundle. Though in fact one of them is mainly by his…