Rockin’ the old skool with this reference to the classic BBC TV test card of the 70’s…
Highlights from my second monkey: Pony Bravo, Betunizer, Holy Fuck, Nelson Can…
Harpy birthday Langers
My Second Monkey Week. Just there for the Saturday. Saw a few bands but these three were the ones that did the business…
Found this link to a whole bunch of mostly crassly sexist adverts from way back but but there’s other NO-NOs in there too: TOP 48 ADS THAT WOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TODAY. Still not seen Mad Men yet but I… Continue Reading →
“MND research is not so different from the Apollo Program and our ‘one small step’ will be taken too.” Dr Martin Turner, Neurologist. By Patrick Joyce, friend.
Lovely video – couple of years old now – but still relevant.
Please forgive this re-/cross-/multiple-posting/email but I have a cause… Here’s a call for support for Johnny “Sticky” Budden: Parkour Traceur/free runner extraordinaire… He’s speeding 1,000 miles on foot across and around the length of the UK and on to Paris… Continue Reading →
Jump to answer I’m a lover of Google Analytics – once you get the hang of the thing it’s a very powerful tool and enables quick reporting on visitor metrics with quite some granularity. [Did I really just say that?… Continue Reading →
What on earth is this? I’ve no idea what this is but it’s been haunting me (in a good way) since yesterday. First impression was mediocre but let is steep a while…
Spotted on Hicksdesign. They liked it, I concur.
[thanks to my favourite Geekologie]
I love dafont.com. Looking for a missing font and finding that on the home page. For some things there’s Mastercard. If that’s not enough to whet your wotsit – have a look at these classy artefacts: Go on… Enter
Jason Forrest, "War Photographer", Shamelessly Exciting, Sonig Records, Dir. Joel Trussell. Mash it up.
…or xkcd is inspired today What’s Burma Shave? Tom Waits made me wonder with his song of the same name a couple of years back. It’s a beautiful song.
Gold old Mac OS X Hints. I’ve looked for this shortcut several times over the last fifteen years across versions – never found it. Not online or in the Help files. Here it is: Control-U. GRRRREAT!
The great work of others pt1 The great work of Jim Schomberg. Found thanks to Steve Smith’s Tumblelog.
As a British expat in Spain I have always found Spanish newspapers hard going. Not so much due to my lack of vocabulary as the dense and repetetive style of many of the supposed better newspaper’s I’ve read. Maybe this… Continue Reading →
A recent eBay purchase. Underwater funkiness to three and a half inches. OK maybe more. Love it.
We bought this…