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latest discoveries:

Photo Friday – The Weekly Photo Challenge ‘…Each week Photo Friday posts a photo assignment. Your mission is the creative interpretation of the week’s theme…’ delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

stalkers

Having learnt that I’ve turned back to the Today programme, Kerrang radio has sent out operatives to ensure that I’m duly reprimanded. This morning I had to endure the sight of two underdressed women waiting for me at some traffic lights. It was awful. Really, it was. In the background I spied the reporter of […]

latest discoveries:

Calvino’s Novels, by Gore Vidal via tesugen.com, who’s doing the lion’s share of the work in our inter-blog reading exercise delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

I told you so

It seems the above comments from back in April were somewhat prophetic. The press has been having endless fun lambasting Gustafson Porter for their Diana Memorial and it’s health and safety problems – see Dan Hill’s entry for details. I imagine they’ve had a few phone calls from worried Nottingham councilors.

latest discoveries:

Frank Gehry radio interview Gehry talks about fish, chain-link fencing and his new house project (found via Land+Living) delivered (almost) daily at (almost) midnight via del.icio.us.

1.75

We’re getting there – try this.

1.5

Option 1.5. This one could prove tricky to deliver with the CSS, but I think I can do it. I’m still avoiding colour at the moment.

re-design

I’m getting bored of the page design. I’ve been noodling about with a cleaner layout this lunch break. Take a look and tell me what you think.

latest discoveries:

Simon Trpceski (with video feeds of past performances) I’ve just been choking back tears at the sight of Simon Trpceski performing Saint-Saëns’ Second Piano Concerto at the Proms. A machine couldn’t play with greater perfection. He’s only 25. BBC – Sound of Life ‘Eavesdropping on elephants and imagining the noise of the birth of our […]

anonymous tip-off

Mild mannered reporter Matt Revell, has succeeded where the Daily Telegraph and Sky News failed. He’s recorded an interview with the organiser of the flash mob event I previously wrote about. Here’s the mp3 link.