Right Wing and The Leftist debut edition. One day this will be worth a fortune, mark my words!!
Big Day. More later.
How to speak Clouseauese. Enough for now, I must go and answer the pheone, yes a pheone... you idiot!
Music is a big part of my life. For motivation, comtemplation or just background noise, it's never far away. I'm currently listening to some Zero 7 as I type. Walk into a shop and get piped music, car radio's blare as they drive past, a personal stereo annoys on the train. Has the role of
Unvarnished Bush? "We view the transcripts as a historical record of the presidency" Hmmm not sure if this is such a big deal, but I would like to see it implemented into Life 3.2: Function 13.1.2: The ability to revise the content of uttered remarks. Function must be implemented, and must reset both the utterer
hydragenic is 3 months old (really? is that all? You sure??) I'm desperately trying to remember the first few blogs I read, I think Zeldman kicked it off a couple of years B.B. (before blogs) but I'm not sure. The one lesson I've learned in the past 3 months is that content is everything. A
Smiths Top Beatles. Ahhh ANOTHER reason I don't read NME. Or is this just their way of drumming up some coverage.. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of the Smiths stuff, but "most important rock group of the last 50 years?" I really don't think so...
Global music sales drop but the UK CD market beats global slump. Why? I also caught this on the news this morning, the reporter reasoned that us people in the UK (and France) still want the social kudos that goes with 'owning' the latest album. This is backed by figures which show the sales of
Dirty Laundry on the Web "So here's how it works. A company opens a forum. People post messages of every sort, from the supportive to the stupid to the righteously indignant. Employees respond in their own voices. Readers of the forum see in the answers not just words but a real sense that the employees
hellooooooooooo, baby - Congratulations!!!
Zeldman is great. I try and keep up to date with WaSP, A List Apart, and the drive towards fully compliant code and CSS design (no tables here!). However after spending about an hour last night trying to get a little CSS mouseover effect to work, I'm being to agree with this statement.There are many
Vaughan remind me about watching the London Marathon on Sunday. I was in the gym, on the treadmill, watching the men's race hit the 21 mile mark. The three runners out front looked fresh, were moving freely, and were putting in low 5 minutes miles. After 10 minutes on the treadmill I was bright red,
Blogrolling - clever, very clever, very very clever. Me likey, me likey a lot! I wonder if it'll catch on...
Name Report via (TeamMonkey) Your first name of Gordon makes you spontaneous and versatile, enjoying congenial association, appreciating the finer things of life, and loving to talk and debate. You are strong willed and self-sufficient, not depending on others for encouragement. Your desire for independence and freedom means that you seldom tolerate limitations. Although you
Musings links to SomeTHiNG... Thanks Julian. Is this BlogTennis? 😉