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In case you couldn’t see the blog these days – I’m trying to switch the site over to SSl, and as usual, not everything is going all smoothly all the time. So – some figuring out on how to get … Continue reading

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I’m still not finished with my homework from the fair, I have to cut down on the time I need for my NESAT presentation (aaaargh it is way, way too long still, there are about 7 minutes to cut from … Continue reading

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I’m usually somebody who takes a good look at things, and sometimes a second good look. Or a good sniff. That, by the way, is something I probably got from my mum, and the cause of a goodly amount of … Continue reading

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Today is not as nicely warm and sunny as yesterday – the ideal weather to gear up with a cup of coffee or three and take stock. I have a current count of things in stock, obviously, due to the … Continue reading

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A long while ago, I wrote a blog post titled “How to untangle a skein of yarn”. The reason for this post was my having had a, hm, let’s call it an incident with a winder and a skein of … Continue reading

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Well, it’s not exactly monsters that are munching all the time… but there are a few things afoot right now that do. One of them, due this morning: another update of the webshop, followed by a few necessary tweaks. There’s … Continue reading

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Yes, I’m sure the last thing you want to hear about (again!) is the website stuff I’ve been dealing with… but bear with me one last time, as it’s not my own website. Instead, it’s the site of the European … Continue reading

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