An idea and a challenge. Between now and New Years day, I challenge you to come up with 12 new ideas (and I’ll do it too!). They can be anything you like but keep them relevant to you; they could be blog ideas, story ideas, films, songs, poems, designs, videos, papers, exercise regimens, new ways … Continue reading
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I have a considerable sized CD collection. Its quite big, not as big as Rob Fleming’s in High Fidelity (Rob Gordon if you only know the film) but I’d estimate at around 250 to 270 CDs. I also have a fair sized book collection and DVDs too! I enjoy collecting CDs. I love the way … Continue reading
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“What do I write in my blog?” There could be many approaches to this; how do you find your story? What do you want to say? What are the best tools to use to say it? But this post isn’t for those kinds of questions,…
Great new album from dan le sac, I’ve been listening to it a lot lately.
This week I am running a series of 3, half day workshops for communicating research with impact. Will post more details in a full blog post soon at my work blog, jnc1.wordpress.com
A stunning short film made by some clever, clever people. Enjoy and share: Believe – Virgin Media Shorts.
So I’ve been banging on (and on) via Twitter about this fantastic album. Its the soundtrack that accompanies the movie, Indie Game The Movie which is well worth a watch whether you’re a gamer or not. The film is about humans, not games.
The album is one of those beautiful albums which can swell, evolve and fill a background space. Well worth every penny.
Having spent (a little too much) time in the sun I’ve a busy work ahead. Music post and MPhil post coming up…