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Ian Fry @Ian_Fry@mastodon.social

Hello. I'm back after what was apparently a 280 day hiatus. What has changed?

New series of Big Brother UK has begun. Does anyone else watch it?

For the first day in well over a month, I have had to close the windows at night. Still really warm though.

Thank god for the freaking weekend. I swear every week at work I have more and more work building up.

Trying out halycon.social. Very neat. A perfect clone of Twitter.

What a lovely day. Car said 32 degrees and was 25 this evening. ๐Ÿ‘Œ

I have filtered out all languages except English but yet my timelines haven't changed?

Eurovision Song Contest 2017 - Grand Final.

Let's go.

Isn't it ridiculous how certain people's actions can effect the way you feel so easily.

Emergency roadworks have finished and suddenly the commute to work is 3x as quick. ๐Ÿš—

Anyone else watching the second semi final of Eurovision Song Contest 2017?

I started playing the original Spyro the other day. Just completed it. Never completed it as a child.

Looking at the weather forecast it is meant to reach 20 degrees Celsius today. Not bad for May. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

The first semi final of Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is about to begin.

Looking to start my own instance on here. Is there a 101 or some handy guide on how to do such a thing?

Can it be 5pm now please? Today is just one of those days...

As with most nights now; there is a helicopter circling around Eastbourne.

Always this sort of time, and always for long periods at a time.

Anyone else watching the World Championship Snooker final?

Don't get me wrong, I love it when I see there is an update for an app that includes new features, but if there is nothing new being added, it's just annoying.

There is not a day that goes by without there being 101 pending updates to install on my phone or tablet.

It could be down to the fact I have a ridiculous amount of apps installed, but more so, apps nowadays tend to do updates every week or two as routine for 'fixes'. Is it really necessary when the app generally works absolutely fine.