There’s a lot happening in the next couple of weeks, next week is Birmingham’s Ball and the Final Fling, both of which I will be cocktail waiting at (though possibly a little more like this) and Saturday is the first Lions Test, which if I had to call my Test 22 right now I’d go for:
Byrne, Bowe, BOD, Roberts, Fitzgerald, Jones, Phillips, Jenkins, Mears, Murray, Wyn-Jones, O’Connell, Croft, Wallace, Heaslip // Rees, Vickery, Hines, Williams, Ellis, O’Gara, Kearney
Then the week after is AMSU conference (for which I need to reinvent Agenda magazine’s online persona) and then Glastonbury.
In amongst all of that I also need to:
- finish unpacking
- put whatever I’m not going to unpack in the attic
- possibly buy a piano
- start going to the gym and/or running and/or playing basketball
- watch series 5 of The Wire
- buy series 2 of Deadwood
- continue developing the SU site (see new development blog) and,
- buy more hangers
Glen sent this to me for the PotW but I thought it deserved a post of its own as well as the result is truly stunning:
From the award-winning documentary, “Playing For Change: Peace Through Music”, comes the first of many “songs around the world” being released independently. Featured is a cover of the Ben E. King classic by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe.