On BBC’s Question Time last night, former Sex Pistols manager and pop guru Malcolm McLaren surprisingly made more sense to me than the other guests (politicians). McLaren is campaigning to be mayor of London. Someone should do something about his website.
A World War II airman’s logbook could solve the 55 year mystery of the disappearance of American bandleader Glenn Miller.
Will someone read prolific.org in 55 years time?
Someone asked me ‘what’s your log about?’ I didn’t have a straight answer. I guess it’s about me.
I didn’t know the GAA… no, not the Gaelic Athletics Association, but the Amsterdam Municipal Archive, had such a great website. They are currently showcasing some photos from their exhibition of photos taken by 19th century photographer Jakob Olie. See Amsterdam as it was. Some of it is still like that. The game on the site looks fun, but you need a large monitor to be able to see it all. Design baddie.
Siblings reunited by the web: a woman who spent 38 years searching for her long-lost brother found him after 90 minutes of surfing the internet. Prol would like to find the brother she never had.
Thank you mood-swings for this Albert Camus: “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”