In this edition my article:
They Think It's All Over It (Nearly) Is Now
reviews the events of the first decade of the 21st century - which seems to be drawing to a rapid close without a whisper:
Given everyone’s obsession with financial downturn and the value of their house, the end of the first decade of the 21st century has crept up on us with hardly a whisper.
Don’t you think it is incredible? It only seems like a few weeks ago we were knee deep in Millennium this and Millennium that – remember the hyped threat that the world was going to end because of the computer bugs surrounding the date change? So here we are and the world has nearly ended, thanks to the banks overpaid directors mismanagement of our capitalist society, bombs and natural disasters, but the good old microchip did not let us down.
Further on in the magazine my regular feature - Life on The Coast takes a look at the local salt industry, illustrated with some of my photos.
I wonder what TIMs 6th year will bring as we enter the 2nd decade?