(…to be shouted in outrageous scally Liverpool Brookside filthy thieves’ accent).
Bean spotted these so I bought some in:
Pretty sweet I thought. Will let you know how they fit.
Right. Put a couple of hours in, TF improvements:
WordPress is officially superb though. Cool things will be added as I discover more plugins.
Ok, I’ll start, I can’t think of that many but:
Yo, instead of hello
innit: I worked in London for 2 weeks so there’s no excuse for this one really.
metacrap instead of metadata, as in: “Oh fuck, I forgot the metacrap!”
Sigh. I’m all out. Suggestions?
OK, it took some hacking but the import is finally done. The hard part was
keeping the Movable Type post IDs during the move.
For the moment intra-site links and hits from Google results won’t work – I’ll have another look tomorrow (Apache mod_rewrite, what a nightmare).
The theme is just the first one I found that was acceptable – have a look around and let me know if you find a good alternative.
Everything else is green for go. Enjoy.
Talking of scary rituals, I went to see this photography exhibition at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow. The museum itself is not too impressive but the photography was excellent. I think we were meant to be shocked that this sort of stuff still goes on but anyone that's watched Wife Swap recently prolly won't be very surprised.
Even more horrible: Without Sanctuary. These are some of the worst photos I have ever seen. These lynchings were openly supported by some newspapers in the South in the 1920s and 1930s and still went on up until the 1960s. I don't know why I'm posting this. It's midnight on a Friday night, I shouldn't be thinking about this. Sorry.
I too have joined the lovely Flickr, my SXSW photos are here. More stuff will probably be up there soon.
I heard Frou Frou on the radio 6 and the song Flicks was lovely. Check the link, Google are at last doing music. Then I realised that that first track is that song that’s off that film Garden State which is nice also so I bought it from iTunes and look! all the music files are nasty .m4p format. Silly iTunes; information wants to be free.
My favourite funny Mr Stewart Lee is on the radio 4 at 23:15hrs tonight speaking his piece Pea Green Boat with his mouth for your tiny shining box to resonate into your quizzically rosy lugs. I excitedly went to see him perform it in the Traverse and it was funny and disturbing and knocked you sideways like a paralysed clown shot at you from a cannon.
You can probably miss it and still listen to it later though.
Are you a Menzees or a Mingis?
If so, may I call you Ming?