Author Archives: Peter Sahui

Waiting at Reception – Sydney, February 2015

I found this visitor in the lobby of an office building.

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Big ship, little ships – Sydney, March 2015

From ocean liners to harbour ferries, here are some of the vessels plying Sydney Harbour.

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This Week I Learned

Aussie sea snails travel 5,000 miles to China’s dining tables. An obituary of Darrell Winfield, Marlboro Man.

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All Ships and Sizes – Sydney, January 2015

Cruise ships at Circular Quay, Sydney. I watched the red-and-white paddlewheel ship as it docked, loitered, and then backed away again (in the second photograph).

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There is such a thing as robot pro wrestling

Learning something every day! http://botscene.net/2013/11/06/robot-pro-wrestling-at-dekinnoka-16/

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This Week I Learned

Driverless mining trucks in Western Australia. A somewhat long-winded but nonetheless interesting article on passwords. McDonalds in India: cultural and culinary exchange. 3D printing clothes at home.

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This Week I Learned

Passing off McNuggets (successfully) as haute causine. The signature skills of big cities, based on LinkedIn data. Some interesting highlights – did you know that entertainment pips finance in London? Goldfish trivia. Wildlife Photographers of the Year.

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Vibrant Colour- Sydney, October 2014

It was a warm spring afternoon, halfway to summer, when I took this photo.

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This Month I Learned

Breaking a drought of non-fiction reading, I’ve started on Francis’ Fukuyama’s The Origins of Political Order: From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution (2011). This is part 1 of his history of the evolution of government – the second volume (released … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap – Sydney, July 2014

Taken in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. The city’s skyline and the Harbour Bridge can be seen in the background, with the bridge almost appearing to link two buildings.

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