A bunch of links that, while fascinating, you shouldn’t read if you’re feeling at all pessimistic about things. This isn’t the future I was hoping for.
Tom Taylor’s nice site for exploring data about London’s cycle hire stations - graphs showing their activity over time.
Pleased that with Airfoil I can sit on sofa and play music from this laptop to that one, the one connected to speakers. #firstworldsolutions
One box disappeared, fifteen to go. I'm just shuffling history around really. Sorting, re-packing. Still weighed down.
Archigram + post-apocalypse + Lego = http://bit.ly/a7p3nW Probably mainly for @moleitau I guess. (via @wendyinfutures)
Very slowly plotting the paths of 17th century London roads on Google Maps.
@tomtaylor Very nice! The least active station, Bunhill Row, is currently out of service, with black and yellow tape wrapped round it.
@suegyford Is that wrong? I've been assuming Pepys is a model of behaviour to emulate... Oh.
@suegyford Yes, and cheese-cakeS - plural cheese-cakes! Pepys is living the dream!
Translating tweets for @jwheare, original tweet http://tinyurl.com/34zhe3v ours: 'jus clocked its bare nice outside, proper neek innit'