Hard to believe that a Danny Boyle film, written by Richard Curtis and featuring the music of the Beetles, could turn out to be so distinctly average and yet, apart from one pivotal scene towards the end, Yesterday proved to be less than the sum of its parts.
Small but powerful features like this are just one of the many reasons why I love HTML.
With 6,500 images spread over 1,600 pages and weighing 6.5kg, Olympic Games – The Design is quite the droll-worthy Kickstarter project. Backed!
An enjoyable evening of comedy to round out the weekend.
Years and Years
An odd little drama.
Tilting at windmills (cats, cattle and cars) in Zaanse Schans.
When it comes to public transport, the Dutch really have their shit together, don’t they.
The architecture of Zaandam is so surreal, even the late Piet Blom might have questioned its seriousness.
Have bit of a soft spot for the Class 442 Wessex Electrics from their time on the Gatwick Express service, so it’s lovely to see them back on the railway again.
Yet another excellent @cssdayconf, one that this year, thanks to speakers like @steveschoger, @laras126 and @natalyathree, began to bridge the great divides in our industry by providing healthier means of framing the debates. More of this sort of thing!
While it’s lovely to be back in Amsterdam, given this is my fourth visit in five years, feeling somewhat inured by it all. Excited by the prospect of venturing further afield on Saturday… Zaanse Schans perhaps?
A fun few days exploring Maastrict’s beautiful nooks and crannies. Now, on to Amsterdam.
Maastricht and Amsterdam
CSS Day and another Dutch city.
Cracked fried egg sandwiches are so wrong, but oh so right.
The Dutch deserved that win, with England an embarrassment, both on and off the pitch.
Cheering on the team in red this evening. #TOTLIV #UCLFinal