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"I've said many times that I have what I call the Charney Theorem, stating that there is always a percentage of the population up to no good. Right now if you look at the people in our society who are up to no good, only a small percentage are computer-literate. If you fast-forward 30 years, they'll all be computer-literate."
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Some photos of Javier from during the week, including around home and a visit to AQWA.
Javier Mortimer - week 62 (1 year, 10 weeks)
Date: 26th August 2015

Javier - day 7
Javier Mortimer - day 7
Date: 24th June 2014

These are a snapshot of Terragen renders I did in 2005, featuring a few sunsets and other landscape from this great terrain generation program. Its free - have a play around with it.
Terragen Renders
Date: 05th January 2006

Eunice, Jai and Richard take a day trip into Perth to visit the Art Gallery and Museum.
A day trip to the Art Gallery and Museum in Perth
Date: 26th September 2009

On our last day in Kalbarri we stopped to see some more coastal gorges before heading back home. We stopped at Geraldton for lunch, then drove for roughly 5 hours, stopping at Enneabba for fuel.
Kalbarri - Day 8
Date: 24th January 2015

Lick the Leopard play at the Paddington again - more fun and frivolity!!
Lick the Leopard at The Paddington Alehouse, Mt Hawthorn, Weatern Australia
Date: 25th August 2000

We went to the Arena at Joondalup for Jais first swimming lesson.
Jai's first swimming lesson
Date: 06th February 2010

We went to Hillarys Marina for lunch, and took these photos along the way.
Lunch at Hillarys Marina
Date: 28th May 2011

Princess got pregnant again, and has brought six more rabbit kittens into the world. These photos were taken between two and four weeks old, when their eyes are just starting to open.
Rabbit kittens, batch two
Date: 26th February 2006

Some photos of Jai from during the week, including playing at some parks, the markets, a trip to Perth and to the hospital.
Jai at 2 years, 23 weeks
Date: 11th November 2011

We went for a walk along the river, near Burswood and took some photos along the way.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) walk
Date: 17th October 2004

Javier - day 24
Javier Mortimer - day 24
Date: 11th July 2014

Some photos of Javier from during the week, including at home, at the local school and in some playgrounds.
Javier Mortimer - week 75 (1 year, 23 weeks)
Date: 25th November 2015

Javier in week 46, including a visit to the city and around the home.
Javier Mortimer - week 46
Date: 06th May 2015

We saw the band competition called Face the Music at the Foundry.
Face the Music at Foundry
Date: 26th June 2004

Some photos of Jai from during the week.
Jai at 29 weeks of age
Date: 24th December 2009

Javier during the week, including photos at home, Adventure world, the Avon river, the Chocolate factory, and the church in Nidland
Javier Mortimer - week 129 (2 years 25 weeks)
Date: 07th December 2016

We went to the Royal Show and took these photos
Royal Show 2018
Date: 29th September 2018

Family photos from 1972. Not sure who took all of these, but they were probably Dad.
Mortimer Family Photos 1972
Date: December 1972

Optus have their christmas party.
Optus Christmas Partido
Date: 10th December 2004

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« 1 » Kharaj-pancham Sitar
6th October 2011

Rating: 5.5/10 (2 votes cast)

I purchased this Sitar from a music shop in Sydney, NSW, as they are hard to come by in Perth. This is an 18 string double gourd model, with 7 playable strings, and 11 sympathetic strings, making it a Kharaj-pancham sitar. The two bridges are made of deer horn, and the movable frets are a standard metal braced with string. The top (secondary) gourd is removable, and the hollow back provides a resonance for the player to hear the instrument - removing it via the screw makes the instrument project more towards the front, and would be ideal in an electrified situation. I bought a piezo pickup for this instrument, but it hasn't been fitted yet. The neck and facia is likely made from mahogany (tun wood), and it's decorated with bird inlays, as well as what appears to be the standard red, white and black markings around the instrument.
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« 2 » Richards new Sitar
8th February 2005

Rating: 8.7/10 (3 votes cast)

Finally managed to acquire a Sitar, after searching eBay for a lmost a year!!
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« 3 » Mini Sitar
4th March 2004

Rating: 8.5/10 (6 votes cast)

I bought this Mini-Sitar from eBay.
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