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He had decided as a first step in the following up of this matter to invite Bill down to Elizabeth's farm, and the thought occurred to him that this had better be done to-night, for he knew by experience that on the morning after these little jaunts he was seldom in the mood to seek people out and invite them to go anywhere.
He then took a few months off before deciding to join Jaunt VR--a decision he said he made "because I like working on new video platforms and I am a big believer in the power of virtual and augmented reality technologies to provide enriching and entertainment experiences unlike anything we've seen before.
Jaunt is setting up shop on Main Street, where the public can experience its virtual-reality offerings.
Another 900 people rode the family-friendly Wee Jaunt, joining the Classic Challenge riders for the final 10 miles from Linlithgow to the Royal Highland Centre.
The Wee Jaunt Edinburgh riders will take on average one to two hours.
Jaunt has announced the introduction of publishing program to enable professional VR creators to publish their content directly to the Jaunt VR app.
IAIN Duncan Smith's top official enjoyed a PS3,000 taxpayerfunded jaunt to Canada weeks before approving the Tories' cruel welfare cuts.
Two hundred gallons of aviation fuel were used for this jaunt.
Summary: Lebanese planning a jaunt to sunny Monaco this August can find a taste of home among the oodles of Italian and French bistros and shops selling Monegasque snacks.
TWO of Newcastle's biggest club nights, Jaunt and Apex, will join forces to present a night of great music to see in the New Year at Cosmic Ballroom in Stowell Street.
Acoustic Evening With Jaret And Erik Cardiff University Tickets: pounds 12 Members of American punksters Bowling For Soup on an acoustic jaunt round the UK.
THURSDAY: Victoria turns heads in a revealing shirt dress on Russian jaunt but she and David both look miserable 6,000 miles apart.