Adobe installs and updates

I went through a period where I am notified of a need to update an adobe product, usually flash and go through a loop of an install page and the home page; I was unable to update the tools.

I finally checked the Ghostery report, and paused the blocking since one of the objects blocked came from Adobe. This then allowed the download page to display the McAfee spamware opt-out check box and it all works properly. Mozilla Firefox is my default browser; I have installed ghostery

Convoy’s Wharf

I returned to this in March as the Mayor sought comments in the final stage of consultation before agreeing or rejecting outline planning permission. New Cross Labour have published Joan Ruddock’s submission on their web site, here. She is arguing for the cultural planning gain represented by the Sayes Court Garden project and the Build the Lenox project. 20 March 2014

Previously I was working my way through the Officers report to Lewisham’s strategic planning committee which rejected the plan as it now stands on six grounds. Continue reading “Convoy’s Wharf”

Chartered Engineer

I have been a member of the BCS for a while.   They now have got back, or maybe not, their route to SPEC accreditation.

This document, “UK STANDARD FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING COMPETENCE”, published by SPEC details the requirements for formal engineering accreditations. I think the formal engineering education required for Chartered Engineer might stump me since I am an Economics Graduate.