I found a new favourite bar: Project Orange in Clapham. Pity it’s about an hour from my house.

Advantage of our office location is that I can hold 1:1s with my team at the protest at Oxford Circus.

The schema.org definition for Person says it is for "A person (alive, dead, undead or fictional).

Undead or fictional.

Undead OR fictional.


Fizzbot getting a lift on Unicornbot. Great work @rossatkin@twitter.com!

Finally my invitation has arrived. Next up, invoicing George Soros for my part in the New World Order conspiracy.

New smart meters installed. What are the chances I can get data off this thing? No, didn’t think so. An API from the power company? No, didn’t think so either.

Spectacular copy writing here: “This is a new popular cosmos star projector lamp, it can help you put the universe back home, give you a piece of the sky changes colour, without need for hard to find the field, rotating its base, there will be different colourful space, find the constellation that you belong to it. It is not only give your child universal Astronomical Science and enhance the capacity of good assistants hands, but also give you the couple to create a romantic surprise.”

I’m unreasonably proud of my entry in this afternoon’s Smith Family Xmas

Surprising charity shop find - a picture thingy with my favourite quote on it, from the great man himself... £1.

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