A poetic yet menacing spam line header - which could almost have been written by Mark E.Smith
- clumsy biopsy copywriter
. Tonight you can see and here the man at the Newcastle Opera House
, of all places. Other things, take some architectural walks
in New York. Re-visit Fortune magazine
via these cover galleries.
A trashed Ferrari Enzo showed up in a car magazine this week; as you might imagine, itís also a prime exhibit
at Wrecked Exotics
(only the second one to be written off, apparently). There's a hefty dose of schadenfreude at work here, with page upon page of models from the buzzier and brasher end of the market
, a weblog / the London Transport Railway Track Map
/ grey tuesday
. Er, it is now Thursday. Bother / Subterranea Brittanica's
Research Study Group on the Cold War
is a fascinating place to spend some time (via I like
). Related: the CIA Museum
, complete with remote-controlled catfish.
illustration and design showcases icons, character design and more. The little book-style presentation (it's the site for an actual book) isn't terribly successful - too small. Perversely, given that the subject is screen-based imagery, the actual book is far more satisfying to look through.
A note about the print edition
of things 17-18
. A big thank you to all those who have pre-ordered - we haven't forgotten you. However, we've been having ongoing issues with the (new) printers about quality and delivery. At the moment, we're in the rather frustrating position of having an issue designed and ready to roll, but some weeks away from actually turning it into a physical object. Please contact us
if you can't wait any longer.