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27 May 2009

Links

  1. YouTube - Cassetteboy vs The Bloody Apprentice

    By half way through I couldn’t stop laughing. Bloody brilliant.

  2. My Cassette’s Just Like A Bazooka?

    A complete discography for all the tapes/records/CDs given away by NME between 1981 and 1988. Also some good commentary on the music and the paper. All we need now is a torrent…

  3. Johnaugust.com » Take away the questions

    Following on from those time travel rules: “In any script, look for scenes in which characters answer questions, and try to find ways to take the questions away.”

  4. Rules for Time Travelers | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine

    Entertaining list of rules about time travel. (via Kottke)

  5. BLDGBLOG: This Gaming Life: An Interview with Jim Rossignol

    A very good read on architecture and gaming. Makes me feel all “yay”.

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Heading to the ICA via a stop somewhere for dinner.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @blech On twitter.com your icon and username only appears on your own pages. If you want to (un)follow someone you don't know who you are.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @Annie_M Yeah, it's usually easy to tell when you use a different client but the twitter.com website doesn't say which account you're using.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Why does Twitter.com give you no clue which account you're logged in with? Craziness if you have access to more than one.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Ah, tea was the missing ingredient. Am now fully in charge of directions, particularly upwards, and meeting with the approval of Yazz et al.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Swim aborted half-way through after I felt a bit dizzy, like I couldn't tell which way was up. (Sorry Yazz, sorry Plastic Population.)

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    I've just clocked my 10,000th entry (by entry ID) on this Movable Type installation... a Pepys Encyclopedia page for Capt. William Fazeby.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Hmm. This being back to working at home again is very convenient, but also a little boring.