Live-blogging in London

As announced yesterday, all day today, I'll be live-blogging my trip to London to meet those awfully nice chaps from the Beagle Project. In the evening 3pm (UK time), we'll be attending the opening bash at the new Darwin bicentennial exhibition.

 

Postscript: The transcript of the live-blogging experiment has now been lost due to the third-party platform we used being discontinued.

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