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There seems to be a series of three hour-long programmes about Doctor Who on TV just now - the first one was last week and is on the iPlayer for a few more hours (or a few more weeks if you download it) and the second one was transmitted last night. So will also be on the iPlayer. I didn't know about them, so I'm guessing some of you didn't... First one is The Doctor, second is The Companions, and last one is The Enemies, I think.

Today I have put a bunch of books on to my new phone. The speed of phone advancements amazes me. If I had access to a recharger, I could amuse myself off my mobile for about a month without internet access (and indefinitely with it.) I've got dozens of books, hundreds of music tracks, a bunch of games, a camera with editing suite...nuts. And the only down side is that my phone crashes occasionally, which phones never used to do.

The ebook reader I use is mobipocket, and I download free books (free books!) from Feedbooks, which I recommend with a million gold stars. Well, if you like classics, technology and SF/fantasy. And politics. I've got Bertrand Russell, Thoureau, Mills, lots of Nietzsche. Essays are great to read on the underground.

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poliphilo
Aug. 28th, 2009 05:43 pm (UTC)
They're nothing very wonderful, just clip shows with not very enlightening contributions from the actors. Still, they'll help pass the time until Waters of Mars is unveiled.
pickwick
Aug. 30th, 2009 11:01 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I didn't think they'd be anything really new, but as long as Russell isn't in them much they should be watchable!

(Glad to see you back!)
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