Senior Writer at Apple (although all views here are my own). Previously CEO at @agantltd, creators of the UK Train Times app. Curator of @dailycryptic.
Sherlock iOS oddities #5: Lestrade's phone, which keeps making iOS ‘now charging’ noises, isn't actually an iPhone.
Heading down to the #towelday bash at Pan Macmillan. I come prepared.
Smoke billowing out from a fire behind Warwick Studios in Leamington.
Big fire in Leamington town centre – fire crew and police taking stock of the scene.
@adrianhon There's another one!
Getting ready for #teentech Tech City at Cisco House. The view from the window is rather impressive.
@lesmond Just spotted this cartoon in yesterday's Guardian Weekend magazine. Thought you might appreciate it.
In what possible way is this better than a short, human-readable URL?
This Sky ad for Smash asks readers to "download Aurasma Lite and point your device at this advert to watch a preview".
@tismey ST&TOY. I had no idea that trees spurt blood everywhere if you cut them with a chainsaw.
@ojmason She should have come – the programme they give you on arrival is printed on chocolate!
The downside to using in-house company terminology in customer-facing adverts.
@sydneypadua Hopefully not caused by frumious iPads…
@ojmason @pilky @daveaddeysbeard @tarasis They say a picture is worth a thousand words:
Nothing like a nice spot of wiring for a relaxing Christmas day off. Time to make these two talk to each other.
The aim: rail travel misery. Fellow players stranded in Thurso. Way to go, 1970s National Rail marketing department.
Having a fun-packed time playing The Great Game Of Britain, an officially-licensed 1970s British Rail board game.
Aside from the fraudulent reviews, this screenshot tells you everything you need to know about Color Texting™:
Now there's a thing. Lovelace & Babbage is New and Noteworthy in St Lucia, Madagascar, and Mauritius. How very odd.
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