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2012-03-14 (Wednesday)


  1. WordPress | ThemeForest

    Also, because I’ll probably forget the name. Oodles and oodles of WordPress themes for not much money. A big variety but no good way to narrow them down (and I’m not sure what tools would help).

  2. StudioPress Themes

    Some solid-looking WordPress themes, for future reference. But I’m glazing over looking through so many themes with a certain kind of middle-of-the-roadness to them.

  3. New Yorker | PressJunkie

    I’m not saying it’s great design, but I like that as an example of a very different front page for a WordPress site.

  4. Why the world needs introverts | Science | The Guardian

    “We live with a value system that I call the Extrovert Ideal – the omnipresent belief that the ideal self is gregarious, alpha and comfortable in the spotlight.” Even if you’re not an extrovert, it’s hard to shake this belief.


  • philgyford’s avatar

    @minor9th We got one the same as on Amazon. Good size, classic looks, cheap, an OK pourer.

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    WordPress themes… never mind paying for them, there are so many it’s almost worth paying someone to find you the right one to pay for.

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    @minor9th I’ve just made a pot!

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    "What do we want? Increased equality of remuneration! When do we want it? Going forward!" #occupycorporatese

    City of London, England, United Kingdom

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    @richardjpope @adamamyl Foursquare only about showing off if that's what you make it. I use it to record where I've been and then use API.