There are also links to movie trailers and bits of music and such, turning the whole project into a fascinating cultural mashup. I find it remarkable that such a richly contextualized biographical picture of a period in the life of a regular person from another era, such as Dot, is now accessible to the world via the Internet. Even a few years ago this was the sort of thing that appeared only on television, and presented the stories of only the celebrated or the notorious.
Dot died in 1964, so she never saw (or probably even imagined) our world of digital diaries, but now she has, in a way, become one of us. I wish I'd discovered this project last year, but here's a belated welcome to the Internet, Dot.
There were a few hours of sunlight today, as I expected, but they were ended before sunset by the arrival of another batch of heavy clouds. Since then there has been some re-clearing, so I can now see stars for the first time in several nights. I have no idea what the sky will decide to do next. It's supposed to be sunny tomorrow, but one never knows this time of year. We shall see.