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the #sodcast is still sitting pretty in the new and noteworthy section of iTunes and has been rated 15 times. 14 of them 5 stars* and just 1 4 star*. There are also more comments than you can shake a stick at in the reviews. If you disagree or think it should change in any way…. go there leave a comment and simply write:
Peter, will you ever shut up!
….and then rate it as 1 star* For the moment, I guess it seems I’m doing ok for you.
On The Blog This Week:
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This Weeks Oddities:
- Anton Mannering has no television. None. I simply have no RTE.
- Over @ Politics.ie – Lenihan is to launch an anti-evolution book
- From @BiddyEarly – The Dublin Bike Scheme is one year old. Love the celebrations!
- This is a really interesting one on blue potatoes and organic certification – from Ana Nelsson
The British Association of Garden Designers has previously suggested that if nothing was done to make gardening more trendy, then future generations would no longer take it up as a hobby. It is hoped that aesthetically pleasing and functional garden products such as these will reverse the declining interest in gardening and encourage the so-called “iPod generation” to take up horticulture as a hobby.