Heinz have a little warning on some cans of soup, something like: ‘over-cooking may impair the flavour’.
That’s a neat summary of how too much information can accidentally destroyed the mystique of something. It happened to me recently with the …
I’ve been reading a new book called Smart Swarms recently. It’s one of those Tipping Point / Wikinomics types pop social science books, which doles out huge hunks of insightful wisdom. In Smart Swarm’s case, the book looks at how …
An anti-Sarkozy protester has hacked into Montpellier Airport’s website to vent his frustrations.
For over two hours yesterday, tourists and travellers hoping to fly from the southern French airport were greeted with “F**k You Sarkozy (stop support israel)” (sic).
Social Media Movie Trailers
And a terrible movie trailer
Japanese Guitar Remix
A day in the …
Peter Gabriel has a song “Solsbury Hill”. I figured that Solsbury Hill was a real place, probably near Bath. Wikipedia knows the answer of course. But now I know too much about the song, and what was mysterious and enigmatic …
I just went through my (too long) list of draft, never-published blog posts…found these links.
‘New’ is addictive. Here’s some stuff that’s not new. Don’t matter though, try em anyway.
I should just fricking put these links on Twitter …
Adam wrote a nice post about agency sharing over on our Team Rubber blog. Made me think…agency sharing arrives in several flavours:
-‘meta’ posts (like this one). These are about the practice of blogging / tweeting / sharing itself. How …