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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Grate Sculpture

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Sean Pickard, Asian Fairy-Bluebird, 1999-2002, neon

Seeing OJ's post prompted me to revisit Camellia House and the neon sculpture under the floor.

The flower-pod from near the entrance has gone and the place looks a lot barer in winter.
17th Feb 2005, 17:44   comments (0)

Design Narg!

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My site redesign has run up against the butt-ugly wall of IE/Win
breaking it like a fragile snailshell.

What do you lot think: should I make it work in everything, or insist
that people use a browser that isn't six years old?
16th Feb 2005, 23:43   comments (7)

Sink! Full! Bad!

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Just testing out "The Plan" with this image from our novelty kitchen.

"The Plan" involves getting a BooToof USB dongle-thing [tick] iSync'ing
my phonebook [tick], then getting a phone/service plan upgrade and
Blooping my pics instead of using a data account.
16th Feb 2005, 18:34   comments (28)

neel's Plan: 2

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In and active! Feel the power!
16th Feb 2005, 18:24   comments (13)

neel's Plan: 1

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16th Feb 2005, 15:54   comments (5)

To Open

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Is this, like, zen or something?
15th Feb 2005, 13:32   comments (6)


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Ah, punctuation.
15th Feb 2005, 12:54   comments (4)


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...I turned around to get a last look at the Store and for the first time saw the vents in the ceiling. By now my T610 was pretty crammed and there was only room for one more shot, but it turned out to be my favourite one of the visit.

The translucent bridge, the light flaring into the blue. Technology, brightness. Sophistication, elegance, access. Vision.

Where's my rocket-pack? I think this'll do to be going on with.


Then we Picadilly and Northern Lined over to Islington and found a nice pub and a nice pint while waiting for the show. A good day.
12th Feb 2005, 16:46   comments (3)