Friday Round Up

What I’ve been linking, loving and lomogramming this week.
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  1. Mr Selfridge, made of jelly beans
  2. Pink skies over the station the other morning
  3. Slightly scary graffiti at work
  4. I quite agree, giant fly. Mmmm, custard, indeed.
This week has vanished in a blink. I started the week pretending to be a regular customer in the cafe in exchange for a free breakfast, so we could take some pictures for the website. Free scrambled egg on toast is a pretty good start to the week, if you ask me.
I’m finally adjusting to the longer work hours, I think. I’m still going to bed pretty early, but I’m feeling much more alive in the mornings than I used to.
But what of my internetting? Well, I had a lot of catching up to day around my usual feminist haunts after all my internet free time. This week, there’s been a lot of talk about women being treated badly online. This essay by Amanda Hess started things off, and was followed by a call from Jezebel not to stop making a fuss about online abuse.
This blog post lays out all the deaths last year where a woman died at the hands of a man.