Flavio Matani (flavius_m) wrote,
Flavio Matani
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days

Friday started with a couple of lessons away and an empty diary. Had an idea to have posters for the march gig printed and deliver a few copies at the Kentish Town City Farm where I'll be playing. So I finished the final version, took it in a USB stick to the printers down the road, had it done, delivered it to KTCF and stopped at Housepresso in Gospel Oak for a chat and a hot choc. Then, why not, to Borough Market for mozzarella and yums and from there to the London Guitar Studio for guitar strings and guitar chat and finally home for guitar practice. I also finished reading 'Smashing Physics' by Jon Butterworth, on his part on the quest and discovery of the Higgs Boson at CERN and thoughts about why fundamental science is important and worth the while and a few windows into the world of science at that level. A few equations more than I could decipher but a very good read.Now re-reading 'Saturn's Children' by Charlie Stross for the next bibliogoth meeting.

Today, a few lessons and Reptile later tonight.. I understand some people seem to be celebrating something that involves chocolate and flowers. Happy Day to you all.
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