Friday, 30th September 2011
I don’t normally comment on the weather. It is what it will be. The current warm, no hot!, spell in the UK is exceptional though. I mean 29�C is a silly temperature when tomorrow is the first day of October. It’s perhaps the warmest spell of weather we’ve had all year which is even sillier. I’m also told that it’s the warmest September since the mid-1890s which is something to ponder and may explain why the Sherlock Holmes stories I’m reading at the mo (a snip at 86p as a Kindle download) have a tendency to not take place in cold weather. Ho hum.
No doubt the winter will be severe with reindeer and possibly mammoths running through the streets. In the meantime it’s great not to have to pay ridiculous sums of money to heat the flat.
Since moving the site to a new server Scribblings is not as easy to find your way around as it used to be. It used to depend on a script and a database on the server but is currently served as ‘flat html’.
I have some ideas about how to make it a bit easier but they depend on writing another script. I hope to get around to it ‘eventually’.
Searching Scribblings is not available at the moment.