This week I’ve set up a new site for myself, It’s intended as a kind of shop window for me as an actor. Hmm, that sounds a bit poncy. Hell, just calling myself an actor sounds a bit poncy. But the idea is that people who might cast me in something can find out everything they need to know there without having to come to and wade through posts about Movable Type, music, bikes, etc.

I’ll be updating that site whenever there’s some news about acting-me: if I get a part in something or if I’m going to be in or on something you can see, that’s where I’ll be posting. If I write longer posts about my experiences of acting then I’ll continue to post them here, on is simply a kind of brief and focused marketing site.

However, everything I post there will also appear on the front page of (there are a couple here already), which I see increasingly as an aggregation of me from around the web. The posts will also be included in my existing combined feed. Confused yet?

Incidentally, I thought I’d give the Tumblr-like CMS Chyrp a whirl for the new site — so far I’m liking it a lot. Very simple and just configurable enough.

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Friday 26 September 2008, 10:22pm

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26 Sep 2008 at Twitter

  • 1:13pm: Forcing self away from monitor's glare into the sun's. I will enjoy myself, whether I like it or not.
  • 9:03am: @smagdali Yes, I make an effort to punctuate my texts correctly for fear of misunderstandings. There is no reason to let our standards slip.
  • 8:45am: Heading to c@ws for the "we're not at Picnic and we don't care" coffee morning.
  • 8:27am: @smagdali What you should never forget when crafting such a 140 character tweet is that every well punctuated sentence requires a full stop.