Haven’t tried it, but looks good/handy/fun. (via One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age)
All the GIFs. (via One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age)
I love reading things like this, here about Risse’s Rawls-influenced theories, but also I find them very, very hard to concentrate on. (Subscribers only)
@blech I think some places in London are heading that way, although not that bad. Eg, Breakfast Club in Soho at weekends.
@geoffwatts Not really as crowd-sourced as that, a bit more manual, but kind of.
It was only seven hours after opening registration that the first spammer signed up for an account on pepysdiary.com. Fuckers.
@guyyeomans No idea I’m afraid - as I said, I can’t imagine what artwork would be worth queuing up for 3+ hours for!
@alruii Nuts isn’t it. You’d think that special, dedicated window for optimising and saving images FOR THE WEB might do it, but oh no.
@kerrching I don’t think the full nuance would fit in 140 characters.
The worry that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, but it’d be embarrassing to spit it out so you keep chewing for another nine years.
@dracos Even so. Even with ice cream!
Tuesday afternoon and the queue for the Rain Room is still past the three hour mark. I can’t imagine the artwork I’d queue that long to see.
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While I’ll miss listening to my Mix Radio, I can’t quite convince myself a Last.fm subscription is worth 25% of the BBC Licence Fee.