“This Green Electronics Guide ranks leading mobile and PC manufacturers on their global policies and practice on eliminating harmful chemicals and on taking responsibility for their products once they are discarded by consumers. Companies are ranked solely on information that is publicly available.”
Greenpeace on how IT companies line up against the Toxic Tech campaign.
It’s a shame Apple do so badly but it’s good to see Nokia doing so much.

“In the depths of the Cold War, the daughter of an imprisoned Soviet dissident received a message from across the Iron Curtain that changed her family’s life.”
Not only an insight into life in Moldova during the Soviet era, but a lovely story.

I’m definitely back in London. I ran into one person I know on the way to the pub on Monday night, and more people on the way to the bus afterwards. I suppose I did run into the same group of students from Hamburg a few times in Ukraine and Krakow, but it’s not quite the same thing.
Last night I went to the Hayward Gallery for 60 Years of British Art then onto Bar Wotever. As much as I loved my trip, I did miss evenings like that.