Glad it wasn’t just me that found that weird CGI breath distracting. It looked like some weird Harry Potter-esque evil spirits escaping from their mouths.
I’m fascinated, amused and horrified that people have to spend so much time on thinking about the kind of thing that was once a relatively obscure part of a small profession. (via John Beardsworth)
Reverse engineering how Facebook’s Top News feed decides what to show you. (via Kottke)
Running a fan site for a director who hasn't made a film in years is one thing. Keeping up when they finally start filming again is another.
@gwire I was indeed watching a French documentary, and it was quite good in a slow way.
I love paying more than ten quid for the cinema and then having to sit through 10-20 adverts. GREAT! Such good value for money!!!
Branches of Patisserie Valerie: all the delight and pleasure of cake-stuffed cafes with none of the delight and pleasure.
First joint cycle with @maryloosemore (Barbican to Angel) a success!