In other news...
Paul Merton in India has kept me going through the conscious parts of the early evening. I made it to the end of his wonderful travels in China, and although I'm fairly sure I've seen the India series before I'm still watching it (it's supposedly the best, and the first episode was a cracker). Here's to more serieseses with him going through single countries, rather than his not so great 5ive (is what they're still calling themselves?) effort.
Curiously Amélie seems to have gone from a "yes" to "no" phase. It used to be that she would say "yes" to more or less any question you asked, but now it's "no". Does this suggest she's taking more control of what she does?
If only the school were using VMWare instead of Hyper-V. I've had several cracking jobs (salary-wise) pass me by because I know little about it.