That story from ‘How Buildings Learn’ about the oak trees being grown to replace the dining hall’s beams? The important part is apparently not true.
Very whizzy-looking Mac software for managing one’s family tree and outputting it in many different ways, including weird 3D grids and a globe.
Amazon.co.uk: An Incomplete Education: 3,684 Things You Should Have Learned But Probably Didn’t: Judy Jones, William Wilson: Books
I’m interested in attempts to summarise everything one needs to know and this sounds vaguely promising.
I’ve seen this ad at the cinema in Paris and it doesn’t make me want to drink Orangina. It makes me want to never go to the countryside again.
Imagine if every complaint about anything received a reply this thoughtful. (via Kottke)
Five and a half years in, 50,000 comments so far, 25,000 absolute unique visitors per month, etc.
People who stopped using email etc.
'In Bruges' only spoiled by overly chatty English teenage girls sitting behind me.
Wondering which friend to hassle over Dopplr not updating my Fire Eagle location :)
Every time I go in a French supermarket I want to say "Someone likes yoghurt!"