Links for 2007-03-02 [] - Rmail

  • filmlog: This Film Is Not Yet Rated (2006)
    Despite some odd structuring in which the documentary suddenly becomes about the lives of the PIs rather than the overall subject, this quietly demonstrates why the uks's BBFC is far less evil than I probably thought as a teenager.
  • BBC Press Office: BBC and YouTube partner to bring short-form BBC content to online audiences
    One of the big online stories of the day, which I'm sure is fairly exciting if you're on broadband. Which I'm not. And BT have just emailed to say that they're putting up the price of dial-up because it's not cost effective anymore. Bollocks.
  • Britannica Blog: book excerpt: 'Made for Each Other: Fashion and the Academy Awards' by Bronwyn Cosgrave
    Six random chapters from the forthcoming book which look fascinating and go on the list of things I'll get around to reading sometime. It's a very long list.
  • Tom Cruise's starring role in 'Watchmen' narrowly averted
    I know there'll be at least one reader of this blog who'll be breathing a sigh of relief.
  • Year 10,000 problem
    Assuming my Win98SE machine lasts that long ...
  • Jacqueline Pearce: My Home Is A Tent In Africa!
    The actress who played Servalan in 'Blake's 7' is moving to Africa indefinitely to look after monkeys. Good luck to her. In the post she sounds like someone who's finally found some inner peace.
  • Grace Dent's TV OD: The Talk of Tinsletown
    "With 200 more minutes of Oscar coverage to go I've slightly lost the will to live. I decide to watch a bit of Sky+ Relocation, Relocation instead. This doesn't improve my mood. Why does everyone need two homes nowadays?"
  • 34 Reasons Why Readers Unsubscribe from Your Blog
    "Blog Titles that Don’t Tell what the post is about - 5" Really? What about the element of surprise?
  • Liverpool Confidential: Longing to be published?
    A chance to have a short piece about Liverpool, between 50 and 500 words published to celebrate World Book Day.
  • National Museums Liverpool Blog: Lion comes home to Liverpool
    I hadn't realised this was the same machine that appeared in 'The Titfield Thunderbolt'! As a child I always loved seeing it in the then Transport Gallery at Liverpool Museum.
  • Liverpool Art and Culture: Artinliverpool Celebrities in Today's Daily Post
    Art In Liverpool's Ian Jackson appears in the local paper. Nice place you have there.
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