As I spend so much time trawling the net, often chancing upon interesting articles about Cornwall, I thought I’d attempt to justify my Mon-Fri journey into the time-management black hole that is the internet by starting a Friday digest. So for this week, we have:

The Geek Guide to Cornwall Tips from the Times for a total geek-out of a holiday in Cornwall, including visits to Poldu’s Marconi Centre, Porthcurno’s Telegraph Museum and Goonhilly (written by author of the Geek Atlas)

http://timesonline.typepad.com/science/2010/06/sea-sand-sun-and-science-a-geek-holiday.html

Dartington move to Falmouth An interesting piece about the merger between Dartington College and Falmouth in the Guardian, in which the writer examines whether “Dartington College of Arts’ relocation could be a threat to its identity”:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2010/jun/01/dartington-college-arts-relocation-falmouth1

Scone-gate And finally this slightly random mini essay on the deeper significance of the ‘scone war’ that has broken out between Cornwall and Devon – and the strength of Cornish identity:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/may/28/devon-cornwall-scone-wars-identities

And here’s a picture of Sennen to pretty this post up and wish you all a nice weekend.

sennen beach cornwall

sennen, cornwall

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