Clyde Street

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Sometimes I am fascinated by numbers. It is New Year’s Day and I wondered about today’s YYMMDD binary character.

Although my knowledge of Australian history is very limited (despite arriving here in 2002), I discovered that “on the first day of the twentieth century, the six Australian states federated to form one nation, the first country of the century; and celebrations were universal.” That day would have been 010101

I wondered in passing what kind of #110yearsago discussion is occurring on Twitter!

We saw in New Year on the banks of the Mongarlowe River illuminated by a most wonderful blue moon. I did not have my camera but DaveBinM‘s photograph summarises the kind of moonlight perfectly.

I have been fascinated to explore the energy a new decade offers via my Twitter feeds and have been trying to link to some of this energy at a project over the last few days.

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

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