I'm at the end of my trip now and have managed to put together another of my
new style newsletters: this should be the norm from now on.
There are several new pages this week: I have put my reply to Richard Young
in my feedback section.
There is a new book review: The Naked Face by Sidney Sheldon
I've compiled my travelogue of my trip to Almaty and have specifically
included a bit of information on business development: both formal and
There are a couple of pages on Robert Tressell, who many of you will
probably know as the author of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. Take a
look and you'll see why they suddenly surfaced. Social historians may find
I have also put a link in the newsletter to The Gutenberg Project: I came
across this Project a couple of years ago but then forgot about it. A
fascinating project so take a look and see what you can learn.
I've also explained the status of my Railtrack analysis!
Finally, if anyone has written to me since Wednesday of last week you won't
have had a reply from me as my main e-mail account has been frozen in the
ether by something spooky. My apologies and I'll be back in the office from
Tuesday morning when I expect to have it all sorted out.