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best new music for me: Kolsch
above and beyond, cosmic gate, loco dice, sasha, p. kalkbrenner, j. digweed and Eric Prydz highlights for me.
what a weekend
My friend Russell shared this piece of writing with me:
“Our nervous systems are composed primarily of biological cells called neu- rons, which pick up chemical signals from other cells and then transmit that information down a long, thin arm of the cell, again releasing chemi- cals into the gap, or synapse, between cells. The neurochemistry of these transmissions is what is behind much of the revolution in the pharmacol- ogy of how to affect mental states and emotions, such as the treatment of depression with prozac. But such pharmacological treatments are rela- tively crude in comparison to the complexity of brain organization, the brain being the most complicated object in the known universe. Paul Churchland (1989) put the issue of its scale into perspective: We each have about 100 billion neurons, each of which has synaptic connections with an average of about 3,000 other neurons, so even an individual neuron can be a fairly complicated processor. This makes for about 100 trillion synap- tic connections. If each connection has even as few as ten different activa- tion levels, the total possible number of distinct brain states is on the order of 10 to the 100 trillionth power. Although this number represents only a realm of logical possibility, it is a very large number, given that the esti- mates of the total number of elementary particles in the universe is about 1087. Even if only 0.1 percent of those states are functional neural states, and only 0.1 percent of those functional states are conscious, that would still represent 1099,999,999,999,994 possible conscious states. Such an under- standing of scale makes it easier to imagine that this “piece of meat” might actually be what makes mental and spiritual lives possible, what is shaped by and subsequently generates the stories, narratives, and myths by which we make sense of our lives.”
Unbelievable magical emotional
handsdown the best festival
met so many great friends and listened to so much great music
#wilderness #pandemonium #Londongrammar #futureboogie #tomMiddleton #zero7 #wewereevergreen
Had my 30th birthday celebrations over this weekend and thoroughly enjoyed the company. The weather cleared up on Saturday so we had a lovely barbecue with an excess of Food & Drink, quite an appropriate sendoff into my thirties. So thank you so much everyone who came and made it memorable occasion. It was very special to be with such good friends and particularly to be able to spend the early hours with my siblings Polly and Ollie. Love to my dad and other siblings who were not able to be there (In Kenya).
our annual pilgrimage to Paleo Festival was great, this year marks 10 years since I met Ellen on the navette (tram) between Paleo and Nyon (nearest town).
This year we had the pleasure of cousins (Euean, Ffion and Ben) and friends (Lizzie, Lizzie, Heather, James, Pablo, Andrew) as well as wonderful family and Swiss friends.
The music was an extensive mixture of pop, rock, alternative, reggae, electro with highlights including Elton John, Jake Bug, Prodigy, Seasick steve, Jack Johnson, fat Freddy ‘s drop, Placebo, James Blunt, Stromae, Ky-mani marley, The Parov stelar band and some unexpected delights including St. Lo, Gestaffelstien, Robears, gypsy sound system Orchestra, Mantanza, Che Sudaka, Jagwar ma, mr oizo, fills monkey, woodkid, tweek.
weather held out mostly during the actual festival but the ground was horrendously wet which made for a very slippery time, which was entertaining but messy.
looking forward to the 40th Paleo festival next year… photos on Flickr and Facebook
Had a lovely 2nd anniversary, dinner at “rickety press” in Jericho, Oxford and saw “begin again” film @ Phoenix picture house also in Jericho. lovely film and food, good weather and wonderful wife, what more could one ask for?
love to all
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Gave a talk at the conference today. The subject was employment and assistive technology for someone with spinal-cord injury.
photo slideshow from the previous backup city dinner talk:
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Enjoyed this talk and agreed with its almost entirely.
Had a great weekend with my dad and uncle talking about current affairs, peacekeeping, modern web services and wine while barbecuing and watching the World Cup. Not a bad performance by England, better than a fair few I have seen. Italians just reminding us that Pirlo is a master.
enjoying the sunshine,long may it last
enjoyed a lovely weekend with some time relaxing in the hammock in the garden and then skiing in the biski in Hemel Hampstead(lesson with DSUK). my first snow faceplant in a biski!
pictures on Flickr, of everyone is enjoying the sunshine
Our Italy trip was great, fantastic hospitality as usual from the well renowned “a durmi” holiday accommodation. Great company with Ellen, Angela, Aniko, Chiara, Elisa, Alison, Christine, Didi, Lisa, Ermano, Clara, Graziella. the most spectacular food from our friends at “l’artichoka” and “totano blue”.
Due to the recent refurbishments of Levanto and the access to surrounding towns we were able to travel along the coast through the tunnels (which are fully wheelchair accessible) to the towns of Bonasolla and Framura. We travelled via British Airways from Gatwick to Genoa and then used an accessible taxi (not cheap but very good and driven by a supplied driver) to get to Levanto.
Treatment at Genoa was very good if unorganised and the staff at Gatwick were friendly but there was no communication between groundstaff and airline staff. Not much of a surprise but definitely manageable.
Going to start looking into finding ways to help with the cost of flights for personal assistants as this is always a barrier to travel for someone with high dependence.
Great to get some much-needed sunshine and take the mind off work for a while, reading my iPad from the chair via the head control proved a great success using the “Perrero” module.
Stunning food and scenery as you would expect, managing the uninhibited staring from the Italian populace was often uncomfortable especially when a returned smile was not reciprocated. I think a minor cultural Revolution is necessary to help with the acceptance and accommodation of physical disability in Italy. Makes me really appreciate the relatively positive attitude we have in this country.
So thank you so much to Angela and Aniko for facilitating such an enjoyable break and mitigating against potential skin related disasters with due care and diligence.
I’ve uploaded a few photos to Flickr…
Buona Giournata (I think!)
The short introductory videobefore my talk at the backup trust city dinner