One of the four current part-time Foundation acting courses at the City Lit have their own collective weblog. Scarily enthuiastic.
Blog.pmarca.com: The Pmarca Guide to Career Planning, part 2: Skills and education
Marc Andreesen’s interesting guide to what you should study at college if you’re Marc Andreesen. (via Rodcorp)
Gary Voth Photography: The Forgotten Lens
50mm lens. (via Daring Fireball)
YouTube - Today’s Special 1 - Tea Rooms
Lovely, too-short film about a now-closed caff in London. See also part 2 (New Piccadilly) and 3 (Eldon Street). Criminal that these places are all disappearing. (via Haddock)
Top Small Workplaces 2007 - WSJ.com
Why fifteen small US companies are good places to work. (Haven’t got round to reading it yet though…) (via Kottke)
Complete scanned versions of every issue of Crash!, Zzap! 64, C&VG, etc, etc. I bought Crash! and Sinclair User. Brilliant. I feel 13 again. (via Haddock)
Tilt-shift miniature fakes - a photoset on Flickr
Lovely photos of Bristol looking like a teeny tiny toy.
School of Everything
Currently a way to list and find teachers of many subjects. More features planned for the future. (via Blackbeltjones on Iain Tait)
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What would you like to learn? (via Russell Davies)
Free Mac application for browsing eBay and buying stuff. Much nicer than the site itself. There’s also a pay-for app for selling stuff. (via Yoz)
Another twitter proclaiming Charlie Brooker's genius. If only he ran the BBC. Or the country. Or the world.
Giving up on getting a spare key cut after four attempts fail. Maybe learning to pick locks would be easier.
Dragging myself away from the internet to go out and buy food and a paper. Oh the inertia.
Trying not to get worked up about BBC project crazyness over the weekend, but still quietly fuming nevertheless.