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6 July 2012

Writing

  1. Placards for everyday life

    Placards aren’t just for demonstrations, but should be carried more frequently.

Links

  1. xdissent/ievms

    Automated setting up of Microsoft’s virtual machines for testing versions of Internet Explorer, using VirtualBox. (via @mattb)

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @bensheldon Sounds good, thanks. But once it’s people who don’t deserve Wikipedia pages carrying placards, then it’s starting :)

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @antimega Was that in one of those London On Film programmes? There was someone like that wasn’t there? Oh my memory.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @phl See, it makes perfect sense! It’d be easier to dismiss if it was just a single march of people demanding a golf sale!

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Me, writing about placards for everyday life: gyford.com/phil/writing/2… (inspired by @jamesbridle, of course)

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @anneshewring @rex3000 Well done! What’s next?

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @mildlydiverting @stml @russelldavies I'm not in yet, but there's usually somewhere free, especially for you!

  • Liked tweets

  • pretendoffice’s avatar

    We're all looking forward to Friday Memos later #memos

  • NancyDurrant’s avatar

    Whoever that guy is who took the All Hail Sauron sign to the Shard opening last night, I love you. You're a hero.

  • gilest’s avatar

    looks like @berglondon is also among the best companies in the field that it's in twitpic.com/a4huni

  • DomUtton’s avatar

    To whoever it was made the "ALL HAIL SAURON" sign at the #shard yesterday: you are a genius.

  • Robpepper’s avatar

    The defining image of the Shard. “@MartinWroe: 'All Hail Sauron' pic.twitter.com/AC4z57t3
    h/t @martinnicholls