Norfolk, 2004 027 I’m not surprised to learn that we are cramming the equivalent of 31 hours into a day, according to this latest report.

Researchers have found that typical middle-class city people now have so many timesaving gadgets that they can cram into 24 hours the same quantity of tasks that a decade ago would have taken 31 hours to complete.

I find that quite a depressing thought, how long before they burn out? New technology has provided too many opportunities to be instantly accessible.

It makes me glad to know that there are some quiet corners I can vanish to in Norfolk where I cannot get a signal on my mobile phone. The sound of silence is glorious. I would never dream of taking my laptop there.

I’m pretty much into a 31-hour day at the moment, so apologies again for my light blogging and visits to my favourite sites.