Monthly Archives: March 2015

March 30, 2015

5.45 am. I made an early start in preparation for a trip by train to Glasgow with my younger son, in order to at attend Glasgow University’s Applicants’ Visiting Day. 7.30 am. En route, I revised and commented upon a number … Continue reading

March 28, 2015

9.00 pm. While clearing the draining board of crockery, the thought ‘sonic culture of religion’ came to mind. I’ve probably considered the idea before on several occasions; but only now is it timely.  (Idea + opportunity + necessity = a determination.) … Continue reading

March 26, 2015

8.00 am. An open lesson to the third year, encouraging those (the few, it must be said) who haven’t completed this year’s National Student Survey: You’re going to cast your vote in the General Election aren’t you? Of course, you … Continue reading

March 25, 2015

8.30 am. Looking seaward: the anticipation of a day of unremitting niceness ahead (weather-wise, at least). But who knows ‘what the day may bring forth’. I anticipate bad weather ahead (metaphor-wise), and sooner rather than later. On with the ACW … Continue reading

March 24, 2015

8.00 am. On with the WAC report before battling with the School photocopier. The problem (I think) is caused by a mismatch between the Mac Yosemite iOS and the printer’s driver. Will Mac, the printer manufacturer, or the university’s Information … Continue reading

March 21, 2015

9.10 am. I needed to cull my over-full email account. It was reaching its max. On, then, to website updating and twittering project publicity for myself and this afternoon’s Visiting Day. The weather in reality is as good as its … Continue reading

March 20, 2015

8.25 am. Awaiting the eclipse: 8.40 am. The beginning: 9.15 pm. Approximately 80% totality: The low-light of an eclipse is quite unlike that of a dawn or a dusk, or even the mellow tonalities associated with the onset or retreat of … Continue reading