Welcome to Life in 361˚. This blog is an 'open journal' - a space where I keep notes on bits & pieces I come across day-to-day - including books and articles I've read that I feel are worth sharing, interesting pictures and photos (I'm a visual learner, you see), random musings - and anything else that happens to catch my eye or ear. It also acts as a kind of 'open experiment' in terms of developing my views and writing skills - and networking with other people of a like-mind.

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This week has been a busy one in work, in terms of having to concentrate all my thought on an important project. Fortunately, on Youtube I stumbled across Manchester band, Elbow, playing with the BBC Concert Orchestra - which helped in terms of respite and focusing my attention. The word 'beautiful' is perhaps overused in our culture - and it is ultimately in the eye, and ear, of the beholder - but I think it fits quite well with this:

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