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I'm a Computer Networks graduate based in Edinburgh, but I'm a country boy at heart, having grown up in Tillicoultry. I've recently started to frequent the Scottish Wikipedians' notice board. Why Hellinterface??? See Boards of Canada.
Some of the articles I've worked on
Tillicoultry Armadale, West Lothian Harviestoun Estate Template:Hillfoots Villages Hillfoots Villages Alva, Scotland Alloa Muckhart Menstrie Dollar, Clackmannanshire Clackmannanshire Blairlogie Edinburgh Castle Ochil Hills River Devon, Clackmannanshire
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Pic of the Day
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The Old Musician is an 1862 oil painting on canvas by the French painter Édouard Manet. Depicting an old musician with a violin surrounded by listeners, the painting has been seen as influenced by Spanish art and the work of Gustave Courbet. This work is one of Manet's largest paintings and is now held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Did you know...
- ... that Gorgonia mariae (pictured) is one of several species of sea fans affected by a terrestrial fungal disease in the Gulf of Mexico?
- ... that Alfred Ezra learnt how to keep hummingbirds in captivity using baby food?
- ... that the Flag of Washington must show George Washington's profile facing the same direction on both sides, making it one of the most expensive U.S. state flags to produce?
- ... that Oxford Bibliographies Online has been called "an anti-Google"?
- ... that the white-necklaced partridge's forehead is white in one subspecies and chestnut in the other?
- ... that Richard Scott was a doctor who in 1963 became the world's first professor in general practice?
- ... that the short film Le Building was created as an opener for the Annecy International Animated Film Festival as the thesis project of five students of Gobelins?
- ... that Martin F. Scanlon was one of the Early Birds of Aviation?
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