Live notes after the cut…
There’s no TV coverage (at least not here in Toronto) of the first practice session, but there is the official live timing info from the FIA. It could be our first chance to see if the Brawn GP team really are as fast as people suspect, and whether McLaren have been sandbagging or truly have […]
We haven’t even made it to the practice session for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix but we already know that whoever takes the chequered flag won’t be sure of their victory for another week! BMW, Ferrari, Renault and Red Bull have registered protests against the diffuser used by the Brawn, Toyota and Williams teams. The […]
My post with the new F1 season’s calendar, teams and drivers has only been up an hour or so and I’ve already read a rumour that some teams may boycott the Australian Grand Prix!
Finally, the time is almost upon us! The 2009 Formula One season starts this week. At last! I’ve been remiss: I haven’t posted the calendar or team lists yet, so here they are. These are correct at the time of posting, but things change even during the season 🙂
Carrying on from the January round-up, here are my photo sets from Feb 2009: Centre Island photowalk Burns night, 2009
The December update ended with the New Year’s Eve set, so I’ll pick up from there – here are some of January’s photos: Downtown, 03-Jan-2009
Last year I posted monthly round-ups of my photos to my LiveJournal – here they are: starting in late May, June (and a little of July), July, August, September, October, November and December. (There’s also a “Round-up of 2008” on my Flickr account here.) I haven’t done any photo updates for this year yet, so […]
I’ve just upgraded to TweetDeck v0.24.2b* and it now has the option to post to Facebook as well as (or instead of) Twitter, which means I no longer need to have my tweets auto-echo as my Facebook status.
I’m sure some people are tired of hearing me complain about my ongoing job search, but I thought I should share the resources I use because more and more people are finding themselves in the same situation. Some of them are tech-specific or Ontario/Toronto-specific, but I’ll try to separate those out.