Conventional wisdom has it that digital doesn’t degrade gracefully. That unlike, say, the random fuzz introduced into a conventional analogue TV picture by interference, you get the blocky, stalled or jittery breakdown more familiar to digital viewers. It’s generally true, but not always, as I think the image above – produced when a network fault [...]
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By now, surely the only person who hasn’t seen this Renault Clio being shunted sideways down the A1 (M) is the truck driver responsible, so just in case he’s reading: While the Mail has since tracked down the unhurt 31-year-old Clio driver, details were thin on the ground on Thursday last week as the surely-it-can’t-be-real [...]
Posted in digression on Jan 23rd, 2010
via youtube.com Thanks to Alan C for pointing to this, hadn’t seen it until a few days ago – Stewart Lee calling out the nonsense of corporate values. Posted via web from Charlie’s posterous
Proper post coming, but thought I’d share this – the Shanghai Pudong Airport maglev train hitting 261mph. I want a go. I want one from Brighton to various exciting and far-flung places.
(via Lutum!) Don’t worry; there’s a proper post on the way soon.
Happy one indeed, and big thanks to Handolio for doing all the hard work. He’s the Hackbash behemoth. I’m just the, um, moth. Personally I think we’ve done a good job of focussing on the original topic; working through the possibilities for real online journalism in a marketing environment. Now here’s a video of two [...]
Kestrel rescue at Downing Street! Cute, but not quite what I was expecting. Where’s the rescue then?
Noticed this the other day – somebody in BBC Online has a sense of humour: Incidentally, I was trying to get a screen grab of Brown doing his trademark goldfish gulp, but now I look it’s more like somebody’s licking his love pump. I’ll never know how they did that with a straight face.
A while ago Simon wrote about the media attention on bike sex man, the case of a guy getting sprung whilst getting it on with a two-wheeled friend. A lot of the fuss was presumably incomprehension – but I reckon most people hadn’t seen this video. Within a few seconds it had changed my opinion [...]