Blogging from the Highlands of Scotland until I return to the Murcia region of Spain in the Autumn for a month or so
'From fanaticism to barbarism is only one step' - Diderot

Tuesday, 13 September 2005

'New Look' for the Autumn

I've begun to play around, yet again, with the 'look' of my blog. So far, the main change is I have put up a new header logo - do you like it? I'm not entirely sure if I like the new logo myself - I may tweak it a little over coming days. Apart from that I've removed the grid framework I used to have to separate the columns and the header sections; I think this gives the page a 'cleaner' look. I am still thinking about a number of other changes, although one 'test bed' idea I have up on a test site at present is leading me up design and colour-scheme paths I'm not sure if I want to follow.

All this, of course, is a way of saying that today (apart from being quite busy with a number of other things) I haven't felt that any of the great burning issues currently in the news have provoked me into writing here - so I haven't ...

... although I would like to add my congratulations to the England Cricket Team for their success in regaining the Ashes from Australia. Well done! It is so nice to see a sporting event where both sides seem to remain genuinely on good terms with each other. I am not a great afficionado of cricket (even though I have our fine local cricket pitch just outside my home), but I was impressed with the cheery and dignified way that the Australians dealt with their defeat. Their time will no doubt come again. Good on ya!

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