Not quite random

26 Jan

My Oz Day involved tutoring in Chinatown, which did mean I saw what was going on at that end of town. Lots of people are out and about. I always get nostalgic — an emotion I am increasingly subject to but enjoy — when I see the vintage buses doing their rounds on Oz Day.


And no, that’s not me.

Bandjalung artist Andy sent me an SMS wishing me Happy Oz Day and warning me to use sun screen lest I got darker… 😉

Nice email from a poet: Nasra.

Came here as was searching for Arab Books Reviews but led me to your blog ..I enjoyed especially reading an Australian

Nasra lives in Oman.

Bruce has written a review, at last, of The God Delusion. Do read it.

And M returns to Sydney on 31 January, in time for Chinese New Year.

The new look on this and all the other blogs (except for English/ESL where it does not suit some pages) is a modest change: just a little brighter and a little more legible, I think. Better tabs up top as well, and the hover over links is very clear. Oz Politics now works like a normal blog instead of opening on About.

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