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  • noctivagation- http://t.co/G02UzElbZf via “act of walking or wandering at night” As used in review of “Night Walking” by M Beaumon
  • The eeriness of the English countryside http://t.co/U0IXizmHtG bit late, but this is a brilliant piece of writing from Robert Macfarlane
  • XSS Vulnerability Affects More Than a Dozen Popular WordPress Plugins http://t.co/4tP8kGuuf6 via Jetpack, Google Analytics, SEO++
  • Thanks. I’ve got the first one, so it’s on the ever expanding list
  • Hatton Garden jewellery heist gang ‘have struck before with £8 MILLION raid’ http://t.co/ikF5y6T854 MIGHT have, Berlin two years ago.
  • Mad Man would probably have been better if all series were finished before the hype set in (like The Wire).
  • “chronically shabby and conscious” AA Gill on the last series of Mad Men. I think he’s correct. Mad Men has been on down since series 4.
  • Free Scanner () Ringtones: http://t.co/E1ZyeIlXMH via
  • Norway summons Russian Ambassador | Barentsobserver http://t.co/fuotn7Dt1m /cc . Watch this, could turn nasty
  • well we (Norway) had it coming. Good thing NRK is showing all those docs about WWII now, hopefully useful for current gov.
  • State Duma member Leonid Kalashnikov questions Norway’s sovereignty of Svalbard. http://t.co/edXDujUl37
  • Also Bosch is the average TV-series available you can watch on Amazon Prime when you want something light and non-demanding.
  • I’ve actually got “The Black Echo” (just moved a notch up on priority list).
  • Did this bestselling crime novel inspire Hatton Garden jewel thieves? http://t.co/aXRcF8Yt9w “The Black Echo”, 1st of the Harry Bosch novels
  • “The fact remains over the past 25 years the [European] commission has lost just one abuse-of-dominance case”, Sunday Times on Google vs EU.
  • but it is China: “Chinese fear return of Mao’s Big Brother”
  • http://t.co/Md8OPCqJrj “agencies will have access to every aspect of a person’s life at the click of a keyboard” Sounds like the UK and US?
  • St Bernards Croydon movie.m4v https://t.co/zGqwWfEgl7 via A excerpt from a movie about award winning housing projects in London.

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