And te tide and te time þat tu iboren were, schal beon iblescet

The depths of winter, two weeks off to take stock of where we are and where we're going, a chance to catch up with family and friends. We travelled through blizzards, cooked and ate good food, lit fires, drank wine, fiddled with MP3 play-lists, time-shifted TV, and made one (thankfully minor) visit to Accident and Emergency. We … Continue reading And te tide and te time þat tu iboren were, schal beon iblescet

My first three bookmarks on Delicious, five years on

A clue that it might be time for me to sunset my Delicious account prompted me to look back to the first few links I bookmarked there, back in May 2005. Given the prevalence of linkrot round these parts it's a pleasant surprise to find three links still very much alive, and ones I'd still … Continue reading My first three bookmarks on Delicious, five years on

Even on paper, the immediacy is the message

Adam Greenfield posts on Speedbird about British Airways' current ad campaign to rehabilitate Heathrow Terminal 5. The ads run across print, radio and digital, and confront low expectations of T5 based on its highly-publicised teething troubles. They break new ground in their use of near real-time statistics, such as the number of yesterday's flights arriving … Continue reading Even on paper, the immediacy is the message