So, you’ve gone into your Settings / Reading admin area and selected a page to be your new ‘front page’ and you’ve selected another page to be your ‘posts page’ (from now on refered to as ‘home page’). Everythings great. Your new front page can be edited in the usual … Continue reading
Here’s a few interesting things I’ve seen or heard on the net recently. Want to edit your photographs but don’t have Photoshop? Then use the online image editor at Pixlr. It’s relatively simple to use. Live camera from the LHC collider in France. Games: Coign Of Vantage. Rotate the screen … Continue reading
Here’s a few things I’ve been looking at during our dreary summer. 20 Abandoned Cities and Towns at Web Urbanist. Minimal Techno actually invented in late 60’s shock! Hear the lost tapes of Delia Derbyshire the BBC electric music pioneer. The timeline of internet memes. From this chart I think … Continue reading
Men Who Look Like Old Lesbians. Does as it says on the tin. Check out the latest celebrity armpit flaps at flappits.com. You must be pretty deranged to think of that one. An interview with Ken Buckle, mobile disc jockey in Enfield. His words of wisdom include, “You can have … 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.
My new Uniqlock Casio watch arrived today and very lovely and red it is too. By the end of the Uniqlock campaign there will probably be over 20,000 people enter this competition and I’m the fifth winner (out of 60), woo!! You can check all the worldwide competition stats at … Continue reading
Just seeing if this works: From Uniqlock
I’ve finally finished my South African News aggregator website. It’s a website that collates news items from various news sources from South Africa and puts them on one page. You click through to the actual news story website if you want to read more than just the short excerpt. Why … Continue reading