Monthly Archives: June 2009

Random Acts Of Reality :: Rebuttal

“I was somewhat perturbed. Actually I was flaming furious. You see, despite the mistakes, it also implies other things.” Random Acts Of Reality Probably a much better example of what I was taling about here.

I’m like Moses, but for Twitter – Paul Carr lays down his 10 Commandments | Technology |

“Commandment Nine: Thou shalt not retweet compliments This phenomenon I really don’t understand, especially not when it’s my British friends doing it (Americans get their usual shamelessness pass). So someone complimented you or your business on Twitter? Great! I’m pleased for you, I really am. But RT’ing the compliment? You might as well stand in […]

Richard Herring bypasses “broadcast” with new show

“a new sketch/stand up show that I am going to be doing on Monday nights in the autumn at the Leicester Sq theatre and which will be released on iTunes. It’s called, “As It Occurs To me” and it’s going to made up of things I have thought about that week and reconstructions of stuff […]

Is this ‘unique’ or are the media keeping people dumb?

The Birmingham Mail covered this exchange on Pete Ashton’s blog, which is good — it’s a story. To sum up, an advertising company working on behalf of the Rep Theatre were using reverse graffiti, they — mistakenly one would assume — used it on a monument (that it’s a monument isn’t immediately obvious, if you don’t […]