SUNDAY OBSERVATIONS, starting with Bruno (at left) , the Firefly , big black projects in the UK , cyber-terrorism that demands readiness , Chris Anderson's thoughts on everything being free , and the demise of Kodachrome.  The grimacing sound from the two-year-old was the word "Mia" which is a command to "show me my Flickr photostream" and you might enjoy that better than the two-minute Qik video that I shot today. It's probably faster to simply read my Twitterstream and absorb the gist of this Qik clip because the little girl in the background is kinda tedious. Show notes are below the break.
0. Stephen Armstrong -- "Ich bin ein Super Star" in The Sunday Times Style, 28 June 2009.
1. Barabara Ellen -- "Oh please stop getting so hung up over the mobile phone for tots" in the Opinion section of the Observer, 28 June 2009.
2. Gaby Hinsliff -- "Defence black hole may finish Trident" in the News section of the Observer, 28 June 2009.
3. John Naughton -- "The war of the cyberworlds is coming" in the Media section of the Observer, 28 June 2009.
4. Emma Duncan -- "Who pays the price of a free-for-all?" in the Books section of the Observer, 28 June 2009. Chris Anderson wrote Free: The Future of a Radical Price, ISBN 978-1401322908.
5. Sean O'Hagan -- "Farewell, Kodachrome" in the Comments section of the Observer, 28 June 2009.
Direct link to Qik video: http://www.qik.com/video/2010003