Well this looks rather nice. A bit more streamline and a lot less blue and white. A seemingly half decent userface for once with lots of nice gimmicks.
50 seconds in there’s a rather nice wee use of the gyro in the iphone for the buffalo photo. This is something I was actually developing a few ideas around with exploring education content so its nice to see it being used in a practical and engaging way. For once I have to say, well done facebook.
The app will be available in the US 3rd February and you can see more here https://www.facebook.com/paper
When I was in Paris in 2011 I went to pay my respects to fellow old Portoran Oscar Wilde. After coming up out of the metro you appear as if in another world full of large crypts and elaborate gravestones. It really is a beautiful thing in cities right across Europe. These gorgeous and peaceful graveyards full of past great people. Well worth a day trip if you find yourself with a spare day in Paris.
So after watching Broken Flowers last night on Netflix UK I wondered to myself, what other Bill Murray films are on Netflix. I couldn’t find a list via my tv netflix app so I made a list in no particular order.
The Life aquatic with Steve Zissou
What about Bob?
Larger Than Life
Where the Buffalo Roam
Have I missed any? Post a comment.
Picked up 1kg of beans from the Byres rd Tinderbox, one of the best coffee spots in Glasgow’s west end. Open till 11pm with great staff and incredible tarts.
Literally can’t take a photo without this wee fella getting in the way. Loves the smell of coffee.
Everything’s turned up just past ’11’. Smoky flavours verging on tobacco.
Matthew Algie – Gama
Who’s got four paws and doesn’t care about Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce?
In the end it really won’t mata…..
Cold, dark and painful to get up, then it ain’t a real day of production.
“The video for lead single and title track ‘Everyday Robots’ is directed by artist and designer Aitor Throup and uses CGI software and actual cranial scans to create a unique digital portrait of Damon.”
Looks pretty awesome and a rather catchy tune.
Through The Viewfinder in Paris. What a great way to see it and what a lot of fun dragging my kit about.
An excuse to have a whiskey as soon as you get in the door.
After receiving some Bushmills whiskey over Christmas I feel I am duty bound to explore more.
What’s your whiskey or whisky of choice? Il just sit here and sip as I await your suggestions.
A bizarre mix somewhere between milky Joe from the mighty boosh and salad fingers of creepy part of YouTube fame.