Oh goodie, it’s Fox mating season again. The screaming begins.
Waddling homeward, full of Georgian goodness.
Strolling over Highbury Hill on my way to Tbilisi.
mooching around Brick Lane. Might wend my way home in the sunshine.
Animations at the Whitechapel a bit of a downer. Off to find something a bit more sunny.
Wonderful Wolfgang Tillmans show at Maureen Paley. Suprise appearance by the artist himself.
heading out on an East End art safari.
The Meters – Wichita Lineman →
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman →
Only EGGS can save me now.
Dawn chorus is cranking up. Blue skies. Hello Saturday.
Stop Press for May 30th →
Hay Festival 21 | Mssv - Adrian’s great article on Hay: “a glimpse of the future, a future run by old people.” Science Museum API documentation - Not much yet, but oh, the possibilities…
The old roads of London are blocked by the mob. No way through; the city retreats into its boroughs. The Kingsland waste reclaims its own.
Defeated by Gooners.
People - cab firms in particular, but people in general - know way too much about me.
N.W.A – Express Yourself →
Alan Price – Poor People →
Amy Winehouse – Help Yourself →
The Blue Nile – Broken Loves →
Trebez Princic Dario (sherry-ish) and Cometa Planeta Fiano (Sicilian) are definitely wines to remember.
Ooh, free blueberry martinis!
Being treated to gorgeous food at Salt Yard. It’s good when your mate is assistant manager at your favourite restaurant.
Michael Stevenson - Pieter Hugo →
love the Golbourne Road after Friday prayers. Rudeboys rocking the salwar kameez + hoodie look. Oh my.
Hay Festival 21 | Mssv →
Adrian’s great article on Hay: “a glimpse of the future, a future run by old people.”
Third Malaysian curry in 3 days at Makan on Portobello. If it ain’t broke…
turning down free money for the good of my eternal soul and the muse. Ho hum.
Matt Brown – This Is Dead Good #1 - 25 April 2006 →
well, that wasn’t as hard as I thought it was going to be.
wiki.dbpedia.org : About →
DBpedia is a community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and to make this information available on the Web. DBpedia allows you to ask sophisticated queries against Wikipedia and…
CR Blog » Blog Archive » Crime: designed by FUEL →
Really nice typography, definitely reproducible on the web.
writing a corporate mailout and trying to stay upbeat. Up. Beat.
fresh + new(er) : The museum APIs are coming →
Yay! Now, libraries, where are you?
Science Museum API documentation →
Not much yet, but oh, the possibilities…
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Right. I suppose I still have to go to work.
making French onion soup with added English beer because I am cold and have a book to finish.
home, damp but unpunctured. And my brewkit is here :)
Wine Blog Search and the AVIN (An ISBN for wines)... →
replacing new tyre and *sixth* tube in three days. If I break down in the rain once more, am giving up cycling.
bothered/worried that 1 in 5 of my google results redirect me to “your-needs.info”. Has anyone else experienced this? What’s going on?
oh noes! 24ways.org has gone!
Home [OCLC] →
TCR - Welcome →
The Combined Regions (TCR) works in partnership with OCLC to provide the UK’s first national resource sharing service - UnityUK. UnityUK is the UKâs first and only national network for resource…
United UK resources search?
someone has hacked the internet. Every now and again I and several others are randomly redirected to “your-needs.info”. Gathering evidence.
not believing that there is no way to search all UK local libraries, but even a librarian’s telling me so.
suspecting existence of shadowy, closed, uberlibrary database.