Archive for March, 2009

Fuzzy fuzzy cute cute

March 24, 2009

Tuesday afternoon sillyness

Go to Eleven

March 23, 2009

number plate

In case you hadn’t heard, the biggest music tour to happen in 2009, no wait, this decade, kicks off next month in Vancouver. No, I’m not talking about U2 or Michael Jackson, I’m talking about the one and only  Spinal Tap. Yes Tap fans the boys (well old men now) are back and you can follow all their exploits at The  Go to Eleven tour kicks off in April and goes on until the end of May. In typically Tap style they’ve already had to downsize some of the venues because of poor ticket sales, see if you spot the mistake on the opening pic. Tap here.

Urban knit

March 23, 2009


A new kind of graffiti has hit the streets and this time the Womens Institute has no room to complain. In fact they’re probably a part of this nimble fingered rabble (legal are otherwise) covering street objects in multi-coloured knitwear. Aaaahhh. More here.

Oh deer

March 22, 2009


Here in London town, we now have Google street maps, which is pretty amazing and causing all sorts of debate amongst residents associations I’d imagine. So to honour Google’s arrival, I thought I’d post this story of Google maps first road kill. Nice. More pic’s and link here.

Children are rubbish

March 17, 2009

fire engine

The “best page in the universe” is a blog that has a page set up to humiliate children’s drawings. The premise of the site is: I can draw better, spell better, and run faster than your kids. So being that my skills are obviously superior to those of children, I’ve taken the liberty to judge art work done by other kids on the internet. I’ll be assigning a grade A through F for each piece:

Check it here.

I see you baby shaking that ass

March 17, 2009

I love the the fact that the guy selling it, thinks you will sit at your desk shaking all over the place. How would you use your mouse, type or drink tea or coffee?


Thanks Jeff for the link.

I read the news today, oh boy

March 16, 2009


Rayogram allows you to browse the front pages of the worlds’ major newspapers and download a readable version. Unfortunately their is no Daily Mirror. Nice.

As if by magic

March 16, 2009

I love rubbish is back in the house. After almost a month of being a away from my desk, because of work and fun holidays. Normal service shall now resume.