Archive: January 2007

Yesterday someone mentioned to me she thought there was shortly going to be a Film Noir resurgence in popular culture. I disagree, but only because I believe it’s already here. The Dresden Files While looking for air-flight material over Christmas,…

Er, Missed this one. At Aquarius’ suggestion, SubscribeMe, the subspecific syndication subscription selection system, now supports Google Reader. Which is the RSS reader I use. Oops.

I have just seen the movie Brick, possibly the finest classic film-noir movies ever made in a high school. (Really. it’s a classic dames-and-guns detective story set in an American school. The dialogue is pure noir, the characters 90210. It’s…

Home again, incidentally. Now off to work.

I made it to Amsterdam. When I entered Gatwick Airport at half past five on the third day of 2007, I started my trip to Amsterdam by having a subautomatic machine gun pointed at me. Not out of malice, more…

Epistula has a Location system, designed so I can tag any Entry, Writing, Photo Gallery, Article, Blink or whatever with a latitude and longitude and the place will appear below the post. When I designed it, I put in the…

Aquarionics Year Eight starts like this: I had a good New Years. I went, as I always go, to Wales for Gid and Suzi’s awesome brand-new-number holiday spectacular. I saw people I haven’t seen for years, months and in a…

Aquarionics is seven today. Meaning I’ve been writing stuff for seven years. Golly. Happy New Year, people, and I’ll speak to you all more next year. Promise.