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AutosportI really feel for Danny Ricciardo, it was great to see him up there on the podium, but I feel that his team let him down. The disqualification was entirely justified and it is very unlikely to be overturned. All the teams were using the same sensor and several of them weren't happy with it. Basically Red Bull told the FIA to go jump, whilst the other teams turned down their fuel flow as requested. Therefore, it wasn't a level playing field. There's a good article on Autosport.

no other team went down the Red Bull route and deliberately ignored the sensor reading

WIAIWIA 7sBack in the mists of time there were 7" singles clubs, where you were sent a new 7" single by a different band each month or so. Well, they still exist! The UK independant label WIAIWIA run an annual singles club where you get seven 7" singles on the 7th of the month. I got the 2013 singles and they were excellent. Now is your chance to get the 2014 singles, I just received the first three and you can even hear them on the club website at: http://wiaiwya-7777777.blogspot.co.uk/

What an utter idiot Abbott is.

Tony Abbott says too much Tasmanian forest 'locked up', forms new council to support timber industry

The Government has formally asked the World Heritage Committee to delist 74,000 hectares - a position Mr Abbott reaffirmed last night.

Fin review cartoon Ah, corporate tax dodging. Apple being one of the more adept companies at it. Here we are with our diminishing manufacturing base and the companies that import everything from overseas don't even pay tax on what we purchase. Apple have moved almost  $9 billion of profits overseas from Australia alone, thereby avoiding paying tax here.

Fin review: Apple tax dodging

A beautiful song. A favourite artist of mine filmed simply sat in a pub with a beer.

Graphical summaryA study in the journal Cell Metabolism suggests that the current fad for high protein, low carbohydrate diets may not be a good thing.

High protein intake is linked to increased cancer, diabetes, and overall mortality

Respondents aged 50–65 reporting high protein intake had a 75% increase in overall mortality and a 4-fold increase in cancer death risk during the following 18 years.

Introduction

So. Rather than leave everything to Facebook and all the anoyances that entails I have ditched my account and turned my old site into a blog. There are some rather old overviews of my past work, a few random pages on my interests and, by default, whatever random stuff I've felt like posting.

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