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Jeremy Cherfas

Looking back through some posts On This Day, I came across one about a book and CD called Jane Austen Sings the Blues. The book is still around, but I can find no trace of a recording of the accompanying interview. Maybe @GrantStovel at @ckuaradio knows where I can find one

Jeremy Cherfas

2021-09-09

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Correctly attired for editing next weeks episode with @dianaegarvin on some fascinating aspects of coffee history. 
Wearing a T-shirt from tazza d’oro

Jeremy Cherfas

Bagged another geohash, yesterday, which miraculously was within walking distance. Not sure how best to own this contents though. [2021-09-06 41 12 - Geohashing](https://geohashing.site/geohashing/2021-09-06_41_12)

Jeremy Cherfas

The horror, the horror

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Dirty keyboard with key caps removed.


21 months worth of filth. 

Jeremy Cherfas

Great fun chatting with Amalia Sacchi for @festletteratura about food, agriculture and the climate crisis, although ashamed not to be able to do it in Italian. It will be streamed on 8 September at 14:10 CEST.

Jeremy Cherfas

In case you thought "organic" meant anything more than another way for industrial food to profit with no regard to any costs other than purely financial, Marion Nestle takes apart Danone's decision to abandon small organic dairies https://www.foodpolitics.com/2021/08/24686/

Jeremy Cherfas

Looking at an old post of mine from this day in 2007 and wondering, does anyone, anywhere, host a blog carnival on any topic these days? Time for a revival?

Jeremy Cherfas

Huge credit to @theMaggieAyre for a wonderful edition of BBC Soul Music on The Parting Glass. Moving stories and beautifully mixed. A real treat.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000y6n2

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No favourites from Marion Nestle: Unethical food marketing ad of the week: infant formula, organic no less.

https://www.foodpolitics.com/2021/08/most-egregious-food-ad-of-the-week-infant-formula/

Jeremy Cherfas

Funny. I read Peter's post today and was so taken with it that I immediately started the process myself, before reading this post and seeing that Ton had inspired Peter.

Like the year, what goes around, comes around.