Sunday, May 03, 2009

What's in a name?

Miliband seeks private plane hire

No, sillies, he's the other one. Who now doesn't 'do' the green bits his brother tells us we need to.

So it's all OK.

Actually, I accept fair and reasonable commitment of resources if they are necessary and produce results. So shunting at least one of these ineffective numpties around in the style to which they have become accustomed might be a good deal, but for the fact it just seems to get them places to screw up and make the UK look bad a lot quicker.

NoW - Plane stupid - Not perhaps my favourite paper, but the one with the highest UK readership by a major margin.

Indy - NEW - Private jet for David Miliband defended - speaking of relative circulations

CATEGORY - Batteries

In line with my new 'get it out first; play with it later' plan, here we go:


Telegraph - Manufacturers are fobbing us off with dreadful rechargeable batteries - Interesting follow-ups, too

Indy - New battery can be recharged in seconds - Looks like good news. Now, if we can just get the 'leccy without GHGs...

Times - NEW - Green and Confused: Where can I recycle computer batteries?

Recycling - Phew, a Brit one now - Not the best start as it is from the USA, but more will follow soon now I've been inspired to create the category - via a new Twitter link