Blurryface, Twenty One Pilots' latest, is genuinely enjoyable, but it's no […]
Elephant in the room
Memory augmentation has always interested me. I'm envious of those that never forget a name or can quote verbatim. Like Mark Llobrera, I've started using technology to never […]
Scoping the wrong query?
The RICG has a new fight: CSS container queries. The article's ignited discussion, beneficially. The problem is legitimate, the reasoning well argued and the solution intriguing. But something's […]
Psychic algorithms are here
Today contained dull, "adult" stuff regarding accounts and filing. Not very inspiring, but a good excuse to test Spotify's latest feature: Discover […]
Do you want me to pirate?
I've just purchased the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and writing that sentence makes me angry. To be clear, I love the show but I hate that I bought it through […]
To subscribe or not to subscribe?
Surely I'm not alone in wanting YouTube playlist […]
Failing the crowd
Earlier this year I hit the crowd-funding sweet spot: interesting campaigns coincided with disposable income. This had never happened before. I backed two projects, one Kickstarter and one IndieGoGo. […]
Tech Tip #1
I've had three Xperia Z3's this year (which I've loved). The first blew out the headphone socket, so minor movements paused music (grr). The second was skewered on a surprisingly angular bollard in […]
The fine line
I get the concept of the "con exclusive trailer". It creates hype, gets you the headline slot, builds an audience. But it's also […]
Pluto has finally arrived...
... and holy frack it's […]
A Re-Wilder Future
Rewilding Britain just launched it's new/first website, which I'm far too excited by. Philosophical fanboyism aside, I really like the web design they've created. Plenty of green; stunning […]
Soon I'll be... eaten?
Probably not, but I'm definitely caught in a web. Web traffic interests me, it turns up weird stuff. I don't get many pageviews, but largely they originate in other countries, with pretty strange […]