STML is floating in the River Thames, suggesting a pop-up workshop that revolutionises George Michael and floppy disks. whereisSTML.com
STML is in a police cell, tweeting about a skeuomorphic happening that juxtaposes Tech City and balloons. whereisstml.com
@Writerer (I’m no sports fan myself, but I can see why people get more immediately passionate about sport, to an extent.)
@Writerer For the backstories… but for immediate excitement and “OMG she did it!!!” at an event most arts can’t, er, compete. Maybe music?
@Writerer Maybe solely because sport’s a better spectator event (for many people) because it’s very clear who wins/loses? Arts, not so much.
@nickludlam It is a lot of fun trying not to be tasteful!
@tomtaylor Use your imagination! Be free!
For those who know STML, I made this site to answer a common question: whereisSTML.com (note: might not be 100% accurate.)
(In the interests of balance, tickets for a session of Paralympic athletics finals have been achieved after much effort and determination.)
@katylindemann I’ve tried all tiers, and it says they’re not available. Then I go back to the same event and they’re still listed.
“Sorry, no exact matches were found.” Why do you keep letting me add the tickets to my shopping list then you miserable machine? Fun is it?
@matlock I am bemused by a system that consistently tells me there are tickets available for X and then tells me there aren’t. Infuriating.
@tomcoates Ha, we wanted that to be true too!
@spaceboy I just read it for the first time last month and thought the same.
@tomcoates I'm enjoying it all again!