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Saturday, August 29, 2020 - 13:09
Chesington Park Tiger
Chesington Park
Thursday, August 27, 2020 - 17:46
Ravi Cycling to Maidenhead
I used to cycle a lot, quite a lot in Delhi but ever for some strange reason I completely stopped cycling after moving to UK. Although I bought a bike 3 years ago but I never really did enough cycling all these years. There are so many great places near my place but I didn't really go there on my bike. My favourite route is the Burnham to Windsor by river Jubilee and Thames. It is a fantastic route. Recently I resume cycling, the weather was good as well this year (not anymore), recently I also went to Maidenhead which is very near my place. Made a videos on my trip as well. Anyways I hope I can continue cycling. I prefer it more than running as it gets you far with less effort.
Thursday, August 27, 2020 - 17:09
As usual the rain is very specific about when and when not to pour. It rains a lot in UK, a lot and now I understand why people look forward to sunny weather :) You can count on fingers the days when the weather is good in UK.
Thursday, August 27, 2020 - 11:47
I hope this comment will be added on my site's other post.
Thursday, August 27, 2020 - 11:36
Hi Swentel, 1. So we create a node using appropriate class like 'u-in-reply-to', 'u-like-of' or 'u-repost-of' class. This is clear. 2. Then we go "Publish to", enter the target url like "" and save the node. This is clear 3. What is the purpose of the Link field that we add on the node? In "Publish to" field there is also an option to select the Link field. Is it just another way of doing it? 4. On your site (or a on mine) do I need to click on for your site to process the 'u-in-reply-do'? or will your site anyways process this post on the next cron run? 5. I have enabled comment on my site, if you reply to me the same way, will it also add a comment? 6. Can we do it in one go, like while we are…
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 21:19
My 2020 hair style
Have been cutting my hair since last year. Very satisfied. This hair style is simple because you cut from sides and that is it.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 07:18
Morning Lawrence Road
I believe that learning should never stop and it is especially true for us in the IT field where there are so many things to learn. I didn't learn Drupal, Jira or Linux because I had to, I learnt them because I enjoyed these technologies and I did all that in my free time and because of all the extra learning I now have a career in these areas. Now people usually say that they don't have enough time which I understand but I feel for majority of us we can definitely squeeze few hours every day if we want, it depends of course how desperate you are but I think a bit of desperation is not bad. If you really want to learn something and you can see yourself using that newly acquired skill 6, 1 year or 2 years from now then that is all you need. So a bit of day dreaming is always good. I always…
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 - 18:54
Doing little research and would appreciate your response. Would you use Jira for less than 10 people company? — ravisagar (@ravisagar) August 24, 2020
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 - 15:07
Hi swentel! I just read your article and it's awesome!
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 - 12:19
Church Inside Barbican
I spent quite lot of time working near Barbican. I got to spend lot of time walking on the high walks, which is an elevated pathway inside Barbican, connecting each and every building. It is a good walk. The reason why I like Barbican is because of the architecture. Not everyone will like it but if you are a fan of Brutalist architecture then Barbican is your heaven. Each and every building there is grey and look really cool. You can reach Barbican in different ways, Barbican, Moorgate and Bank station being the nearest. If you walk on the highways you will get to see some portions of old London walls still in existence. These benches are there in case you want to have your lunch. London Museum is also there and it is free (except some events). This building seems very old is right next…

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