Yes, another set of links I’m dumping here top clear up my browser’s bookmarks. Film sequel quiz. Go on – you know they made one more. Current status of HDTV in the UK. Logic Puzzles. For when you want to waste an afternoon. Sorry I Missed Your Party. If you … Continue reading
Ah, time to do a post I think. Here’s a collection of things I’ve been looking at this month: Superb ambient Spot The Difference game. I did this in about 30 minutes, without cheating once! Give it a go. Next time Brighton and Hove Council do something to get on … Continue reading
For those that use HTML in their life, why not test your memory: 37 Oh, and take a look at this amazing Depth Of Field site, all done with Flash. Long interview with Adam Curtis about the future of UK TV.
God, so much work and other stuff going on in my life. Here’s a round of some bits and peices. The ecommerce project I have been working on all summer has finally launched. Baby Star are a New Zealand company that have two shops selling baby clothing and accessories. My … Continue reading
Been a real busy month at King Mansions with some great web projects coming out the door this week. Here are a few of the things I have been reading and looking at during the month of August. Easy to follow recipe for Bhindi Gosht. Great Pakistani Okra & Lamb … Continue reading
UK viewers can now watch the spolier-free documentary Tapping The Wire at The Guardian.
Charlie Brooker’s Screen Burn column was always a good reason to buy The Guardian on a Saturday but with the advent of this internet thing you don’t even need to buy the thing. And it’s legal apparently. But never before have I realised that it is actually me who is … Continue reading
After about 48 hours of trialling ecommerce systems I think I’ve finally found the one I can hack into enough to achieve what I want. I’m making the mother of all baby stores and it’ll look amazing. More on that soon. Slideshow from The Guardian: “Peter Walker talks to North … Continue reading