Saturday, 1 February 2014

HO scale chairs and tables from Scale Link

Attempted to assemble a chair and a table from Scale Link.

Basically, Scale Link provide a sheet of laser cut HO scale cast iron furniture which one folds up into shape.




The chair was fairly easy to make - 3 folds - and is surprisingly rigid.



The table looks to be a nightmare. I'll come back to it when I am in the optimum DIY mood.


See instructions above for what else is involved.
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Currently listening to: 

Needed the auditory equivalent of a sugar rush, so ditched the mellow Bossa Nova stuff and returned to my default position of Factory Floor and Golden Teacher on Soundcloud.


Peter Gordon


Golden Teacher
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Last night's dinner:

Poached eggs on top of tinned green beans



Today's lunch:

Artichokes in a bowl of tinned tomato soup
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Nothing to read:

So, I've been dipping into the online philosophy encyclopedia of Stanford University and an article on Dualism.

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/dualism/#VarDuaOnt

Stanford University
There have been suggestions from various quarters that in the near future, Universities are going to shift from being places of learning that students actually attend for 3 or 4 years receiving a special university experience in the process, to being virtual places that students attend by merely logging onto.

I'm not sure what I feel about that; but, at the end of the day, change is inevitable.

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Miscellany:




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