If you, or someone close to you, remembers when you wore bell bottoms and wound up cassette tapes with a Bic pen. When ‘The World at War’ was on TV and LM Radio played on the radiogram. When there were call-up papers in the mailbox and 2c stamps on letters. When VW Beetles were everywhere, the Bay City Rollers were it, and the smell of Wintergreen filled the change rooms. Then this is the book for you and yours.
Sometimes a persons’ name just deserves a perfectly illustrative animated gif. William Shakespeare is one such name. Although, to be totally accurate, he should be... Read More
As I mentioned a bit back, I have recently discovered ThingLink and have been happily playing with my newly created account for a while today. Here’s the result... Read More
I work from a home office. When I’m not out at a client I’m in my office. When I’m there, this is often my reality. Way too often. Freelance Freedom #269: Music... Read More
I’m a sappy romantic at heart, and as much as I detest the commercialisation of something as natural as romance, this Infographic from The History Channel makes some... Read More
The great gang over at our favourite T-Shirt design studio Springleap.com are holding a design competition in conjunction with Marmite – that favourite of South African... Read More
Blogger, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, and YouTube. What a complete and utter total distraction they are to us these days. Perhaps some more than others, but... Read More