More work buddying early on Wednesday morning.
I quite like this way of working - a shared screen and the opportunity to see how others go about finding shortcuts all over the modern interweb.
I then flew solo for the remainder of the working day.
I paused briefly during luncheon for the Tim Farron's leadership speech.
I was reminded as to why I have turned back towards the Comrades, whereas Wifey seems happy with her bloody LibDem cheese and wine parties.
The working afternoon was spent in the company of Surrey Cricket.
How the hell did we get to the final game of the season?
When an old cricketer leaves the crease, etc.
It was genuinely lovely to hear the enthusiasm from the Viscount Linley as he reflected on his Surrey career ahead of his retirement.
I heard late afternoon that an FoI that I have been dogmatic in chasing still isn't a lost cause.
I requested to see all correspondence between Lambeth Council and Network Rail involving Brixton Arches back in March.
This was turned down, as was the appeal.
I contacted the Information Commissioner.
It now seems that the correspondence leading up to the eviction notices being served may just find their way into the public domain.
Wednesday evening was spent watching the N Ldn derby with absolutely no interest, and signing up for a painfully cheap broadband deal for the flat.
£5.35 ALL IN for the entire year?
28.8k modem in the post, etc.