A trade journal of a still-emerging field, written by Adam Tinworth.

Posts from the Joshing Category

Today, some of my students from City are busy liveblogging news:rewired. So, left at a loose end, I’m sat in Shoreham, doing the very necessary work of curating the unofficial, and potentially liver-destroying news:rewired drinking game:


Wifi Problems

Risky – but appropriate.



Struggling with this one. It used to be a core jargon word, but it’s been in retreat in recent years. I’m going with a shot, for nostalgia’s sake…



Two fingers of a pint, otherwise the liver damage would just be too much to sustain.

Any more for any more?

Paywalls aren’t the only “retreat to print structures” model out there. YouTube has launched a new TEXTp format for its videos, that’s sure to warm the cockles of every “screw multimedia, words are all that matter” pissed old old-school hack:

The new format isn’t available for embedding yet, so check it out here.
And they couldn’t have chosen a finer day to introduce this service. 

Ugh. Up early this morning because the pond needed clearing. The spring is not a good time to be keeping frogs, because sudden bursts of heat like we had yesterday suddenly fill the pond with algae. I hate scooping that stuff our on the way to work.

Still, the frogs seemed pleased and were calling cheerfully this morning. Lorna’s turn tomorrow.