Friday, 1 February 2008

Dusting off the cobwebs


Well, it's been a long time and I all I have are rather poor excuses about the combined load of work and study. Anyway, while the tumbleweed has been blowing through here (although bizarrely feedburner reports that the number of subscribers has gone up quite a bit during January - welcome you poor deluded newcomers) I have realised that I a) need to make more of an effort and b) nope, just that.

I was going to do a rather potted summary of some of the most interesting developments during the hiatus, but to be honest I'm sure that somebody somewhere has already covered everything, so I'll leave it at that for now.

This year will mark the tenth anniversaries of the Human Rights Act and devolution (Scotland Act and Government of Wales Act). More on both of these over the course of the year. I also have a new project in the pipeline which might be of interest/use for some people, which I'll write more about later.

7 comments:

Nearly said...

Welcome back. We were getting worried...

Any chance of posting comments using name and URL? I hate having to dust off this google ID.

The Chief said...

Changed it now hopefully...

Richard Elliot said...

I was one of your feedburner subscriptions.

The Chief said...

What, a new one? I thought you were one of the old skool originals.

Richard Elliot said...

I used to be a very old skool and check in regularly by actually visiting the site. I decided in 2008 it was time to set up an RSS feed.

How can you tell how many people have links and feeds pointing at you?

The Chief said...

Combination of Feedburner and Google Analytics.

Tried the Busaba in Store St last night and people were queuing around the block. What's that all about?

Richard Elliot said...

As one of my friends at work said, when you think of the combination of good food, atmosphere, service and value for money Busaba has to be one of the best restauratns in London. I think I agree with him, the problem is the secret is out........