Potemkin village \puh-TEM(P)-kin, noun:
An impressive facade or display that hides an undesirable fact or state; a false front.
Segments of a wider interview with Richard Feynman from 1981. Fascinating thoughts on knowledge and the nature of learning amongst other things.
Occurs to me that more management isn’t necessarily better management. And perhaps the same goes for Administration.
Brilliant. Absolutely Brilliant.
Pondering whether our team should write more publicity guff about what we do. Everyone else seems to be at it
watching the A-Team with the kids
Isn’t the point of ‘cool’ to be effortlessly of the moment whilst simultaneously appearing unaware?
Just asking? I think makes me uncool.
Fascinating that I now love some Iron Maiden songs, when I used to hate them. I think it’s because I no longer take music so seriously.
Rocking (while seated) to Maiden
still has a bad ankle, but is also in a good mood
Just returned from couple of hours out on the bicycle - first time for ages and thoroughly enjoyed it.
gitting there - little geek joke there- with the emphasis on the little
can I vote for Asda? or Tesco? or Morrisons? or maybe Sainsburys. So many to choose from