Inspired by the BBC feature and Alan Williamson , I reflect on the last 7 days and note what I discovered.

  1. The more text you make available in a feed, the more traffic you will have. [via Steve Olechowshi on RSS at Future of Web Apps]
  2. Tesco is to launch a range of budget own-brand PC software. (why can’t they give it way to schools?) [via BBC news]
  3. 1 in 1000 men are also diagnosed with breast cancer. [via Pink for October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month]
  4. Warmest September on record in Britain ( how about the rest of the world? ) [via Reuters]
  5. Amish (and BBC) [via tragic school shooting]
  6. Apple is lagging behind both Nokia and Dell in green technology [via A Greener Apple Campain by Greenpeace ]
  7. Aeron chair at work has got a spot in the New York Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection ( The chair is very confortable.) [via Kathy Sierra]
  8. Lloyd’s building and Millennium Dome were designed by the same architect – Richard Rogers [via RIBA Stirling Prize 2006]
  9. Smoking kills more than 13 people a day in France ( I can’t wait until we in the UK follow suit ) [via France to ban smoking in public from next February]
  10. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandates that DST will start on the second Sunday in March and end on the first Sunday in November. In 2007, the start and stop dates will be March 11 and November 4, respectively [via Architect Corner]