links for 2010-08-07

  • "Eling Tide Mill

    VISIT ONE OF THE ONLY TIDE MILLS IN THE WORLD PRODUCING FLOUR DAILY IN A 900 YEAR OLD TRADITION

    Eling Tide Mill is a water mill that harnesses the power of the tide to grind wheat into wholemeal flour.

    Situated on the edge of Southampton Water beside the renowned New Forest, there has been a mill on the site for over 900 years.

    It was abandoned in the 1940s, but had the good fortune to survive until it was restored between 1975 and 1980, at which time it re-opened as both a working mill, and a museum to this part of our industrial heritage. It is the one of the only fully working and productive tide mill in the United Kingdom producing flour as it had throughout the last Millennium and one of only a handful of mills in the entire world producing flour on a regular basis."

  • "Plings is the first national source of information about brilliant, inspiring and challenging places to go and things to do for everyone who's aged 13-19. No matter where you live or what you're into, we'll have something that you and others will love.

    Want to fuel a passion or discover a new talent? It's easy. Just browse or search by keyword, postcode and date to get the lowdown on what's happening, where and when. Even better, we've made it dead easy to share details with your friends and other young people so, whether your into street dance, football, theatre, film projects, music, wheelchair basketball or anything else, Plings will get you connected. "

    (tags: teenage)
  • "#yrs2010 = Young geeks mentors 1 week
    August 2-6, across the UK.
    The hacks
    Young Rewired State 2010….."
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