This little beauty is equipped with the most sophisticated radiation protection known to Victorian science...
Eeeeek Alors! The Design West 2013 Conference and Exhibition is almost upon us – just one more week to go before the fun, festivities, and nitty-gritty engineering "stuff" commences, and I for one cannot wait! (If you haven’t already signed-up, Click Here Quickly before someone who strides the corridors of power decides that the conference center is at full capacity and they stop accepting registrations!)
As I say in this video: "I think it's fair to say that this little beauty is equipped with the most sophisticated radiation protection known to Victorian science, so we can bask in the knowledge that nothing can possibly go wrong during my presentation."
Of course maybe this is the point where there should be some sound effect that conveys grim foreboding (Click Here and then press the "Play" button to see what I mean).
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