Journalist with a penchant for travelling in space and time. This is my personal account. My work account is @IrishTimesLaura.
I'm very over the Keep Calm thing, but I do like these signs that were up at Bletchley when I was there in June.
This promo shot of Lady Gaga unnerves me, which I guess it's supposed to.
Wrote a feature on "robot journalists" for the NUJ's mag (updated from the IT). They put this amazing cover on it.
Mirror writing on Metric's Synthetica CD - mirror included inside. A bit teenage (and they're not) but I like it.
Behold the cover of Grazia, published today. Magazine lead times... oh dear. Should have plumped for Jessica Ennis.
Westminster Bridge was the place to be for a cool series of night-time Olympic illuminations. #London2012
Back from #London2012 - saw Katie Taylor's semi-final at the ExCeL and baked in Hyde Park sunshine today.
Hearing rumours there's been a tragic outbreak of hosiery, affecting the male of the species.
I saw the sign / And it opened up my eyes / I saw the sign.
With every passing day, I'm finding it harder and harder to cope with this.
Another great cover on Guardian Weekend - brilliant concepts, week in week out.
Catching up with yesterday. This was a simple but clever themed front-page from the Indy, and such lovely design:
Kitty goes to live with my niece tomorrow, but I've let her stay up late to watch @Palomafaith on #laterjools.
It seems perfectly fitting to me that this has landed on the same day as the sun has come out. #hugmysoul
A store promotion for Vidal is not too Sassoon for Tesco. It's what he would have wanted. Who doesn't love RIP Retail?
What not to get your mother for Mother's Day part 782. This one's worse than HMV's Twilight: Breaking Dawn suggestion.
I feel CNN's coverage of the #FacebookIPO lacks confidence somehow.
Santa Claus, before and after a really unfortunate accident in which I played absolutely no part.
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