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I make things on the web, mobile and in the actual world.

I've done lots of bits and bobs over the years, and right now I'm mostly working on this.

I enjoy speaking about things I like, most recently this. You can email me if you'd like, and I'm on twitter.

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Speshul Wines

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My downstairs neighbour Ian moved to Singapore last night and gifted me
with all his booze. Along with bottles of Glenfiddich and Absolut were
these 4 red wines, all of which I'm almost afraid to open they look that
16th Feb 2010, 08:50   comments (5)

Breakfast at The Premises

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14th Feb 2010, 15:02   comments (1)

Brighton Angel

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6th Feb 2010, 22:34   comments (0)

Gorgeous lampshades from

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6th Feb 2010, 13:11   comments (3)

Fringe ident typography FAIL!

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Someone somewhere is embarrassed
5th Feb 2010, 20:35   comments (2)

No Bombing. ..

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A short sharp burst of surreality at shoreditch house.
5th Feb 2010, 20:16   comments (1)

my first #sugru hack

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It's not going to win any prizes for prettiness, you may agree, but for
pure functionality I'm going to throw it a party in honour of it's
tremendous success. I have a terrible sense of urban direction. Being in
London doesn't exactly help this. I also cycle a lot, and haven't been
able to find an off the rack holder for my HTC Hero that will attach to
my bike to let me use the device's satnav.

There are almost certainly more elegant solutions to this problem, but
it was one of the things I've had in my head to do since I ordered my

The plastic is rigid yet flexible and is cut from the back of a box that
some business cards came in. The Velcro is actually from where I had
some blinds attached to the roof in my upstairs so when I pulled it off
it came on one side with bits of paint interspersed with rabidly sticky
sticky stuff.

You may notice that parts of the velcro are a dark brown. This, folks,
is DIRT! Yes, the wonders of dirt. To rid the velcro of it's insidious
stickiness I merely rubbed dirt into it, yielding this rugged and
craquelated look.

Fun, and handy.
2nd Feb 2010, 10:05   comments (7)

Project Dark Badger paper tests

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Allix's discord attack wrecking my balance modifier.
24th Jan 2010, 15:29   comments (2)