A few bits and bobs I wanted to highlight that might be of interest;
There's an interesting meeting coming up in Cambridge "Congo: Conflict without end? – an open discussion" which should be useful to all of us with an interest on what's going on in that part of the world and the panel of speakers includes four experts and a journalist.
Wednesday 19th November at 7pm, Queen’s Building, Emmanuel College
Then we have the upcoming Hands Off the People of Iran conference;
Fancy getting more active in your community try DO IT, a really easy way to find what local opportunities there are to volunteer. Very handy.
Another website, just for those who live in London this time - free London listings - very easy to use way to advertise your events or find out what's happening in your bit of London. Designed to promote mainly non-commercial events it should be a good tool for those who are promoting political events or community involvement.
Also I've just noticed I'm not linking to Matt Selwood's "new" blog Anglo-Buddhist Combine. Shame on me - because it's really excellent.
Speaking of Green bloggers Stuart has a cunning plan to googlebomb E.On. Let's! So that means linking to www.nonewcoal.org.uk from the word E.On, so that everytime someone searches for E.On they get www.nonewcoal.org.uk as their top search result. Put that in your pipe and smoke it E.On.
Hysperia points us towards an old quote - but a good one;
‘I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.’And to finish we have a bit of music I've been semi-addicted to recently;
Thomas Jefferson 1802