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I’ve already posted this link to my ello profile, but, since most of you will have missed that and everyone is posting them like mad now, here it is again.

PM me with your email address if you want an invite.

#ello   #elloinvitecode

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Crosswalk

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Photowalker

Just somebody else doing much the same as me on a wet Helsinki evening.

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In the Frame

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Memories of Summer

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See

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Back

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I just listened to a recording of Alfred Lord Tennyson reading “The Charge of the Light Brigade”, recorded in 1890.

Isn’t the internet a strange place?

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Listen

Link: Listen

Disappointing?

Sorry, there are two tiny audio samples here. Neither of them jumps out at me and says buy this album. 

#bland

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Hmm, true.

▼ Reshared Post From Jeremiah Owyang ▼

People talking about Ello

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Get it while it’s hot!

…before it gets DMCAed out of existence.

#MashUp   #Beatles

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This is insane. #Music

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Every time I leave this timezone (GMT+8) my follower count on G+ stops growing, every time I return, it starts again. Seriously.

Just saying, because it’s interesting, if not a world shatteringly important observation.

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It’s the new network that everyone is talking about, if not quite talking on yet.

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But it was not to be.

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Memories on a Fridge Door

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September, Really?

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September Rose

September in Glasgow didn’t used to be like this…

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So True

And no, I’ve never been to Iceland.

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I feel that this is very important. One day, I might be able to tell you why.

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Yes, indeed

Recorded today with eight days to go.

#yes #indyref

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All the convenience of a traditional watch that needs to be charged every 12 hours

H/T to +Christian Payne / +Documentally

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The works of Robert Smith : People

Back in the late 1970’s when my grandfather passed away, he left three sketchbooks that had originally belonged to my great-grandfather, Robert Smith.

I know very little about my great-grandfather other than that he came from Alva in Stirlingshire, Scotland and that he worked with the famous Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, producing some of the exquisite wrought-iron work for the Glasgow School of Art.

While the third of these books contains some mid-twentieth century architectural drawings, the first two are entirely given over to my great grandfather’s pencil sketches and watercolours. Most are dated between the years 1898 and 1903. 

This is the first batch of scans and uploads from those sketch books. While the books themselves are very yellowed with age, I’ve tried to use today’s tools to correct the yellowing and present this works as they might have appeared when first created.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9ekQ/52661858





The works of Robert Smith : Watercolours

Back in the late 1970’s when my grandfather passed away, he left three sketchbooks that had originally belonged to my great-grandfather, Robert Smith.

I know very little about my great-grandfather other than that he came from Alva in Stirlingshire, Scotland and that he worked with the famous Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, producing some of the exquisite wrought-iron work for the Glasgow School of Art.

While the third of these books contains some mid-twentieth century architectural drawings, the first two are entirely given over to my great grandfather’s pencil sketches and watercolours. Most are dated between the years 1898 and 1903. 

This is the first batch of scans and uploads from those sketch books. While the books themselves are very yellowed with age, I’ve tried to use today’s tools to correct the yellowing and present this works as they might have appeared when first created.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9ekm/52661858





The works of Robert Smith : Pencil Sketches

Back in the late 1970’s when my grandfather passed away, he left three sketchbooks that had originally belonged to my great-grandfather, Robert Smith.

I know very little about my great-grandfather other than that he came from Alva in Stirlingshire, Scotland and that he worked with the famous Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, producing some of the exquisite wrought-iron work for the Glasgow School of Art.

While the third of these books contains some mid-twentieth century architectural drawings, the first two are entirely given over to my great grandfather’s pencil sketches and watercolours. Most are dated between the years 1898 and 1903. 

This is the first batch of scans and uploads from those sketch books. While the books themselves are very yellowed with age, I’ve tried to use today’s tools to correct the yellowing and present this works as they might have appeared when first created.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9ejC/52661858