I've been away the last couple of days at a meeting at Cumberland Lodge near Windsor, where the other people working on the airport operations project were discussing what they've been doing. All very interesting stuff! As I hinted at before, it's all focused on scheduling things at airports. Most of the partners have made pretty good progress, so the big issue for me is going to be figuring out what I can contribute! I have a couple of ideas to consider which will hopefully go somewhere - but for now I feel quite inadequate for the task. I'm sure it'll work out though.
Probably more interesting for most folk will be seeing how jolly nice the place was:
Upon my return, I was excited to find that my new computer has arrived. I asked the university for the current version of the one that Loughborough got me. See if you can spot the difference...
I'll close with a picture of Naomi squeezing a (toy) orange out of existence, and Miriam demonstrating that even 8 month old children can have a chip on their shoulder.
|In case you're wondering, she's mesmerised by the next spoonful of dinner.|