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A CISU Blues Festival at the SCC Social Club, and a Million Laptops, Ipswich and Cambridge - 27th November 2004

At work in Cambridge, Qualcomm refits the former Trigenix's IT infrastructure, including its laptops. That means around 40 laptops in a room all installing at the same time. Then, following a night at the Ipswich Blues minifest at the County Council's social club (tagged as CISU even though that name has long since disappeared), it's time to hang out around Andrew and Heidi's, a mill around Ipswich for a bit. 2020 "re-master" note: There are a few repeat-ish photos of the social club scene, but of all the ones in the collection, these are quite rare in the way they show off the 1960s/70s glory of the place, which is now sadly derelict

next album: A Trip to East Lane, Bawdsey, Suffolk - 28th November 2004
previous album: The Hoxne Swan Beer Festival, Hoxne, Suffolk - 20th November 2004

IBM Thinkpads are stacked on boxes whilst they get installed

It's a spaghetti tangle of network cables

Andrew and Russel in the Dhaka Diner on Tacket Street

Andrew looks somewhat daunted by the mound of food

Guitar action in the SCC Social Club

A bass guitar and lights

A bit of dry-ice smoke for extra effect

Russell holds a beer up

Nosher with a pint

Andrew gets his tongue out

Russell in the social club

Nosher returns from the bogs

Nosher and Russell, who's making up for not-pints with bottles

Nosher and Russell

Russell sticks his tongue out, coz he's on the phone

Andrew does some texting too

More band action

A bit of a harmonica moment

Andrew's still texting

The 'cloakroom' corridor on the way out

There's snow on the hedge as we walk out onto Rope Walk

We drop Russell off at 'Property A'

Heidi with Foster the dog

Back at home, the office is a regular tip of stuff

Down at Qualcomm Cambridge, laptops are installed

A million new installs of Windows XP

Sydney or Milo - the bug-eyed cat

Nosher and Foster

Sydney or Milo roams around

A cat appears

A Santa fire engine trundles down Tacket Street

The vintage Port of Felixstowe fire engine on Tacket Street

The procession heads up Upper Brook Street

On the market place

Ipswich markets

A fruit and veg stall

Lots of strawberries and mangoes

Nosher bumps into former colleague Joe

Joe and his sprogs

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IBM Thinkpads are stacked on boxes whilst they get installed

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