Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Taking all the fun out of quilting

One day a week I set aside a 'prep' day when I am not in court and I have time to write lecture notes and generally plough through admin tasks. This means I earn less as there is a day each week when I do not get paid, but it also means I get my weekends free ( mostly) to do textiley stuff.

One of the admin tasks is to keep up to date with current law. The Internet age means that we are bombarded with various e-newsletters and updates with links to web pages containing new statutory instruments, articles or case law. Not only do I need to read and digest but often I need to cut paste, redraft and combine into lecture notes. This is not fun. I survive by using Google Reader to intersperse your blogs! Now, on the basis that part of the point of blogging is to learn about other people's lives, I thought I would give you a little taster of mine today.....

.... running through the links I found this. Sheesh - and you thought textile stuff was supposed to be fun! (And this is the explanation not even the actual item!!)

4 comments:

Feather on a Wire said...

Poor you, I got to the 2nd page and still didn't have a clue what it was about....

Brenda said...

I found the link quite interesting (oh dear!) but it would make more sense with the associated regulation and I don't think your blog post complies with the fibre content rules.

流浪汉 瑜伽 Yoga Tramp said...

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Helen said...

I knew there was a reason I didn't choose law! I guess you get to understand the jargon so you can skim read to get to the knitty-gritty (now there's a good textile term) but for us lay people it all looks like way too much reading.

How is the trip planning coming along?