The Tower of London’s Facebook timeline goes back to 1066. (via Londonist)
Paul Robert Lloyd on designing for the web’s constraints, not imitating other media.
A reminder of how far online maps have come in the past decade. This was as good as it got: streetmap.co.uk/oldmap.srf?x=5…
Combining several tasks into a single bigger one, like a well-meaning but misguided debt consolidation service.
@blech Yeah, half my uses and muscle memories like that, the other half don’t.
Wondered why laptop screen kept getting dimmer during the day. Weeks later have realised the ‘brightness down’ key is next to ‘ESC’. #vi
@phl Obviously! At least it’s ahead of Whitney Houston and Gerry Rafferty. (I have no idea what Spotify are doing.)
Spotify: I defy you to explain why Huey Lewis & The News is listed as number 2 in my Top Artists.
@ianbetteridge I mean, I don’t *care* about most of Twitter/Instagram, but it’s all a stream of awareness of friends’ activity/thoughts.
@ianbetteridge I remember non-techy friends not seeing a point in Twitter years ago: “I don’t care what friends have for lunch!”
@eadingas Thank you. I do what I can.
@chrislunch Although, said out loud, it’s a bit different.
@chrislunch Cox Inside!
Just realised I had a Cox apple sticker stuck on the back of my left ear for the past 13 hours.
very surprised that apple.com/letter-from-ti… doesn't have a photo of a piece of paper as the background