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
From the creative SheepFilms.
Here’s some of my favourite moments from TV: Harry Enfield – Buggerallmoney – from Friday Night Live Heroin Galore – Fast Show remake of Whisky Galore Oh, and if you looking forward to the last episode of Lost then check out the summary of what has happened so far this … Continue reading
Fluffy kitten playing with a laptop, on Google Video. Found this at the bottom of an old bag I haven’t opened in over fifteen years. Very prophetic. Moon War, funny online game. Extremely creepy Monoface person generator. This is great fun and very clever, if a little too high definition … Continue reading
I know it’s really sunny out there but when the usual April weather returns here are some online goodies to keep yourself amused with. Peggle from PopCap Games. This is one of the most addictive games I’ve ever played. A cross between Bust-A-Move and bagatelle, this game starts off quite … Continue reading
A Brighton man who runs a message in a bottle service has been asked to “investigate some of the many other ways to send messages overseas.” I just don’t think email is as romantic as that. Gah! My eyes! I hope I’m nvere asked to make a website as cutesy … Continue reading
A jetty at the end of Shoreham Harbour. Not sure if there were herons or cormorants sitting on top of those poles. Sound 101 – Bad Vibes. Rate which sound is the worst. A couple of non-spoiler scenes from The Wire on YouTube. Scene one featuring McNulty and Bunk contains … Continue reading
Life has consisted of mainly Zelda, The Wire and work this year. No time to find any funny links. So here’s a clip from The Wire I’ve just uploaded to YouTube. In a rare montage-to-music scene drug dealers Avon Barksdale, Stringer Bell and Stinkum enter the Lowrises to see D’Angelo … Continue reading