Daily Digest for February 28th

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this is tomorrow - Santiago Sierra: Dedicated to the Workers and the Unemployed: http://t.co/ds5SmVR8 via @AddThis [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
"The giant LED sign registers the annual number of human deaths worldwide" The thing is it - it doesn’t "count" number of deaths [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
"Death Counter" just counts up to an estimated number of deaths and does not track anything. Makes the peace at lot less powerful. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
I went (all the way) back to the City a few years ago to see it in situ at Hiscox insurers and was underwhelmed. [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 27th

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lastfm (feed #9)
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Rerun of QI on Dave for five minutes. Talking about insect eating tomatoes. Someone went on about spiders being eaten, spiders NOT insects [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
bit disappointed that @stephenfry did not go "Oh, spiders are not insects" but there you go. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Seems like the Conservatives wants any education problem to be solved by religion (faith schools) and money (private universities). Classy. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Shocking piece of what really went on during the Fukushima disaster in the Sunday Times today. Slightly worse and whole nation under threat [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
"kept a secret to avoid panic", "the emergency would be out of control", "Japan’s very existence would have been in peril", [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Black Hawks helicopters, secret monitoring, radiation level "high for decades", radiation "not conform to neat circular zone" etc etc [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Now I guess the risk of something similar happening in Europe is small, but boy could an accident happen here the impact is just scary [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Yet we have fools like Donald Trump funding anti wind-power campaigners so he can enjoy unspoilt views of the SEA from his silly golf course [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Germany, Europe’s industrial power house will shut it’s last reactor in 2022. It looks to me to be the right decision. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
I thought nuclear modern was the way to go, not more. Britain’s mix of religious crackpots and nuclear power station could be really toxic. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
In Pictures: A Ride On The New Bus For London http://t.co/LrwOE38R via @londonist "the New Bus has fixed windows that cannot be opened" [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Worth the fifteen minute wait. On board the new 38 bus to Victoria. http://t.co/QLGRf43C [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
On board the brand new 38 bus. Quite chatty for a bus ride. http://t.co/F7CaPAXj [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Seats smaller, smell of plastic. View from side windows quite good. Jumped on at the back. Nice. http://t.co/fU90L1Jc [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Constant jostling for better seats on new number 38 on its first day. Thanks @Londonist for linking to first day timetable for the one bus [ldnhal]
twitpic (feed #5)
Shared 3 photos.
ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8phe2c Seats smaller, smell of plastic. View from side windows quite good. Jumped on at the back. Nice. ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8phjpv New London Routemaster  now at Victoria bus station. Route 38 should you fancy a ride. ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8phdbm On board the brand new 38 bus. Quite chatty for a bus ride.
twitter (feed #7)
New London Routemaster now at Victoria bus station. Route 38 should you fancy a ride. http://t.co/i86RWHiJ [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @gliss: GLISS - Video Premiere "Weight Of Love" http://t.co/V9MRTi2D [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
OK - off for some Scandie telly crime. Broen (The Bridge) S01E09 on the idiot box. [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - New open-platform bus is met with enthusiasm in London http://t.co/VMlfuKQQ I was just passing by on my way from work, honest. [ldnhal]

Continuous payments authority: know your rights | Money | The Guardian

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If youve authorised companies to take cash out of your bank account on a regular basis dont believe anyone who says you cant cancel, writes Rupert Jones
Continuous payments authority: know your rights | Money | The Guardian

Daily Digest for February 26th

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14 hours to: John Cooper Clarke’s Playlist on BBC 6music. Love that he has selected The Only Ones and early Tom Petty http://t.co/gk1ATjFg [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Just watched "Inception" from @LOVEFiLM. Impressive movie, but I wasn’t impressed.

Bluray first wouldn’t play. Had to clean it. [ldnhal]

twitter (feed #7)
RT @DawnHFoster: RT @beaubodor Sun on Sunday readers have to pay fifty pence but the editor only has to pay a few coppers. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @cerysmatic: The Durutti Column | The History of Amigos Em Portugal http://t.co/JC4YafUX [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @DangerMindsBlog: Electronic revolution: Three hour documentary on Kraftwerk http://t.co/l6YbVxt7 [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Martin Scorsese’s Film School: The 85 Films You Need To See To Know Anything About Film http://t.co/7FgI7lpF via @FastCoCreate [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Bless John Cooper Clarke for playing a song from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers second record. Reminds me of Siouxsie playing Redbone. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
or indeed John Peel The Pet Shop Boys - tunes of the unexpected is what you want from radio DJs. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Taking advantage of unlimited downloads and 37 Mbps line and downloading that 3-hour Kraftwerk documentary for later viewing. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – American Girl
http://t.co/VLCtrp0R Remember this coming over the radio to Norway from the UK [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @GreatDismal: RT @HEALTH_NOTES @GreatDismal - Was the character of Hubertus Bigend a riff on Tyler Brûlé? [No] [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Tindersticks – The Something Rain on #Spotify
http://t.co/UjbgqPNp Tindersticks are still around. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Tindersticks - must be time for a big glass of port. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Afghanistan - what a massive success story that is. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Melvyn Bragg on class and culture, Paxman on the British Empire. Welcome to the modern age. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
That bottle of port is a leftover from x-mas. Now terrifyingly fortified (alcohole does improve your writing; if not your spelling). [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Port, night and @tindersticksUK. Sometimes life is just perfect, but in that wonderful downbeat Scandie-way. Perfect end to a good a day. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Tindersticks – Slippin’ Shoes on #Spotify
http://t.co/8qJsAq7a ("Love is the drug" in there!). [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Grace Jones – Love Is The Drug on #Spotify
http://t.co/OKb0wedm I like this as much as Roxy Music’s original. [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 9 songs.
twitter (feed #7)
Rashad Spinn -We trippy mane 12 snip by @DJRASHAD via #soundcloud http://t.co/m7FTrZHW Excellent footwork/juke track. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Wool is fur. [ldnhal]

Mies van der Rohe – Gas Station | Selectism.com

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Mies van der Rohe - Gas Station | Selectism.com

Daily Digest for February 25th

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and the sort of house I would like to have if in North Norway if I moved back as a rich man. Although Maui is not a bad location either. [ldnhal]
twitpic (feed #5)
ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8oi1sf Fiona Banners project of Orson Welles unmade "first" film uses same base idea as sisters Wilson Kubrick project,
twitter (feed #7)
Fiona Banner’s project of Orson Welles’ unmade "first" film uses same base idea as sisters Wilson Kubrick project, http://t.co/T7akR67G [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Not a problem, there’s a whole thread on dissensus on unfinished works. Banner’s work a one-night affair only and it’s here in London (RFH). [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Good night’s sleep, egg&bacon bagels for a late breakfast. Can of cold Coke.
The sun is out. I’m happy.

Now for the shopping. [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 24th

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Down to T17700, half of avg. Bet into a str8 board with overcards and backdoor flushes and had to give up 5K. [pokerhal]
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T8800, avg 30K. Blinds 800-1600. Need to find a hand. 30 left, 13 prices. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Just T12000, avg 44K. Three tables left. Next blinds T1000-2000. So try to get heads-up with a good hand with a high pair. Desperate times. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Must be around 20-25 active tables in the Vic card room. So say ~230 players. I can spot 1 - one - woman playing. What a place, what a life [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Back in it somewhat. Doubled up with AKKQ ds vs QQ33. T25400, avg 57100. 20 left. [pokerhal]
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17 left. Got 22K avg 70K. Short stacked de luxe. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
15 left. Can I sneak into the prize money? [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Bubble boy. 13 prices, 14th after pushing with AK95 clubs. Rest of table calls. Flop 952. In front all the way to river when backdoor <> hit [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Played well, all my bluffs went through. But never had over average. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
And just my train. Next not until 03:00. Bad night. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
-£112. So that’s the PLO festival over for me. Plan was to get into the money tonight and then play some of the next events. Not to be; [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Victoria at night. What a fucking wasteland. No food apart from pasties, no loos, no waiting room. At least it’s mild. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - Battersea Power Station in London on sale http://t.co/CUBbutzk and here we go again … enough already, put it down. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
This is what Twitter is for folks: public correctional facility. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @Lorna_Wall: A women on my train - apparently a plastic surgeon - is on phone to a colleague recommending they use out of date produc … [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/28Gt4Gt5 video "montage of early helicopter prototypes" - "the machine of the future when perfected" via @likecool [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 23rd

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lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 14 songs.
twitter (feed #8)
Registered for £112 PLO at The Vic tonight. 19 runners already, capacity is 117 (13 tables). [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Came twenty minutes late. Missed a round or two. 93 runners in the PLO at the Vic [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
T9K of 10K starting stack. Tight table. Soon T75-T150 blinds. M~45 [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
113 runners now. First pot won. T11K. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
People playing 349K vs obvious AAxx in prefopl raised pot and winning with 34 for two pair. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
120 entries now. Nothing happening for me, but table is loosening up. Still around T11K. Blinds 100-200. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
T12K, avg T13600. Blinds now 200-400. 15 minute break. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
Nothing happening. Down to T9K, avg T16. Blinds 300-600. M just 10. Need to pick up a hand. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
One pot won T15700, avg 20K. 58 left. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
T19300, avg 26100. 46 left. Two good pots with real hand and one big bluff. Blinds at 600/1200. M 10. Careful hand selection now. [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #8)
T22700, avg 30800. 39 left. Not brave enough to call with low flush vs bluff. Should have put out a blocker bet. [pokerhal]

Daily Digest for February 22nd

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Found myself a new train for the morning commute. Seems to have free seats, unlike the trains leaving just before and after. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - The myth of the eight-hour sleep http://t.co/XCfdIGQS " bi-modal sleep pattern"? Nothing to lose sleep over. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Author raises $1m to self-publish Order of the Stick webcomic book http://t.co/W6s3EFMp via @guardian [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/gd46OBVb Zeroh: The Hastings Moths Project, via @itsnicethat Street art made using high-pressured water [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Happy with TalkTalk Fibre (which by the looks of it is BT’s Infinity rebranded). Get 37MBps download, 1.5Mps upload right now in peak time. [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 5 songs.
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Sleigh Bells – Crush on #Spotify
http://t.co/4zFnQMq7 Glitter Band 2012. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Better half finished with Lilyhammer and Stevie Van Zandt on the sat dish. Telly free for some #masterchef. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
The Beatles release 27 classic ringtones on iTunes http://t.co/3mFsCvRk via @iDownloadBlog [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 21st

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TV night. Homeland S01E01 followed by The Bridge S01E08. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #8)
In the red last year. First comp of this year will be £100 PLO at the Vic on Thursday. I normally start the year well. You have been warned [pokerhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - Edvard Munch masterpiece The Scream to be auctioned http://t.co/uFrWJtQx "frame hand-painted by the artist … includes his poem" [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - Week-long wait for London’s new Routemaster bus http://t.co/DeHPvwCm No prob, good news is that it will run on route 38. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @frieze_magazine: More David Foster Wallace – here are the 11 essays and short stories he published in Harper’s: http://t.co/zKPTIElv [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
The Prick Awards. Best lyrics goes to The DomStraits : "No signs, no clothes, how could I know they were whores?" [ldnhal]

It’s Nice That : Paul Davies

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It’s Nice That : Paul Davies

Daily Digest for February 20th

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lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 17 songs.
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/8TpZiFwQ Raspberry Pi: Britain’s £16 computer (and what powers it) 16 quid with HDMI port? Count me in. (Wired) [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Off their rockers: the artists behind the latest addition to fourth plinth http://t.co/Ss7d0k1e Elmgreen&Dragset profiled in @guardian #art [ldnhal]

David Foster Wallace: The Big, Uncut Interview 2003 | Open Culture

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David Foster Wallace: The Big, Uncut Interview 2003 | Open Culture

Daily Digest for February 19th

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#NowPlaying Marius Neset – Golden Xplosion on #Spotify
http://t.co/2hsTCgdt More jazz. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
I know it’s really silly but walking the rainbow staircase in Benetton’s Oxford Circus swhop makes me happy. A cheap colour charted treat. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/Cf3G6kJH Interiors Focus - Rainbow stairs at Benetton (by Lianne) [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Scandies Elmgreen&Dragset will soon be rocking London (fourth plinth). Looking forward to it. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Material – Secret Life on #Spotify
http://t.co/mb85qZ5C For Lord Lucan. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying The Deviants – Fire in the City on #Spotify
http://t.co/B9fz4NSq #nowplaying. Mick Farren & the Deviants playing London in March [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 26 songs.
twitter (feed #7)
De Stijl painted house at Hanway Street in London. http://t.co/NbddlPpz [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Portacabins camouflaged as classic buildings near Hanover Square. http://t.co/qfPguYl4 [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying The Saints – Prehistoric Sounds on #Spotify
http://t.co/vYsNokx9
Super brass record. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Suzanne Vega, “The Mother of the MP3,” Records “Tom’s Diner” with the Edison Cylinder | Open Culture: http://t.co/UslOXa4t via @AddThis [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/oJQvIVAe Man in Sweden allegedly survived in snowed-in car for two weeks. Eating snow. Doubt this is true, but good story. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Michael Rother – Fernwaerme on #Spotify
http://t.co/LNcnGacY [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/YBwZBp2W Photographer Anja Niemi takes a new direction and gets a new website. Planking+Cindy Sherman? Might still go and see it [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 13 songs.

Daily Digest for February 18th

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Can safely say this is the first time I’ve seen something on Quest TV: Appolo 17: Untold Story of the Last Men. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Call from 020 6456 0661 "IT Solutions" . Known scam, offering help with Windows computer. Apparently it was quite urgent. I urgently hung up [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Jan Bang – Pop Killer on #Spotify
http://t.co/xxRAsY2a [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 17th

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Hope the driver and conductor on this train are both sober, cause the rest of us are all hammered. 00:05 from Victoria. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Had no plans of getting hammered. No plans of chatting to a Hungarian tunnell engineer working for Crossrail either. Did both though . [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Tram off the rails at East Croydon station. Area cordoned off, hopefully no fatalities. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @yourcroydon: Trams are suspended Wellesley Road to Sandilands due to a derailment. See TfL for updates: http://t.co/9piUaIne [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @newsbrooke: In 2002 only 2 countries actively censored the Internet. Now it is 40, says Mark Stephens #mediafuture. [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 16th

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Earlier today: Half-a-job, half-dot Damo Hirst at @Gagosian ‘s small outpost. Small gallery, small paintings. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Then to Haunch of Venison’s for ‘The Mystery of Appearance’. HoV back to where they came from at HoV, but with entrance now at New Bond St. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/ENWCfCsX and now for first visit to Aram Gallery ever (I think) for 3D printing exhibition: "Send to Print / Print to Send". [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Prince of Wales near Covent Garden. Not posh as the name indicates, just expensive. Pint of Guiness and Star is £8.30 total. [ldnhal]

Cloning a Windows hard drive | Ask Jack | Technology | guardian.co.uk

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Cloning a Windows hard drive | Ask Jack | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Daily Digest for February 15th

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Rich art collectors ‘know the price of everything – and the value of nothing’ - News - Art - The Independent http://t.co/2zvuIq2w Expect it [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Evy Jane - ‘Sayso’ http://t.co/M2RTdaOp via @factmagazine Neat. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - Six new Croydon trams unveiled http://t.co/kSNstABW [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Which reminds me: delays on the tube this morning since there was a broken down train BEHIND us. Classic. [ldnhal]

Google Maps Mania: Create and Share a Google Map in Seconds

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Google Maps Mania: Create and Share a Google Map in Seconds

Daily Digest for February 14th

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twitter (feed #7)
Jamie Oliver finds Joy Division and New Order master tapes in restaurant basement http://t.co/orCsrpTr via @NMEmagazine [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 13th

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twitter (feed #7)
Finally done with The Killing (the culling?) series one. Had to watch S01E20 without subtitles. I think it all made sense, but [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
(spoiler alert) there’s an old joke: "A man is hit by a car every 5 minutes in Denmark - What an unlucky fella!"
How Hartmann must’ve felt. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @jt_sloosh: Sorry to interupt the #Grammys but you can stream the new Burial EP here: http://t.co/kNVxsB0T and the track "Loner" is a … [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @robinrimbaud: Epic Fail for sympathy to Record Industry as they raise the price of Whitney Houston albums after her death to profit … [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 10th

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The Killing 01E19. (slight spoiler alert).

Too many suspected killers, too many arrests of Hartmann so far. [ldnhal]

twitter (feed #7)
Barack Obama: Bland, predictable and cheesy … on Spotify http://t.co/o92peipX via @regvulture Seriously, seriously: where is Lee Dorsey? [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Lee Dorsey – Yes We Can - Pt. 1 on #Spotify
http://t.co/RpBXJSTN This Mr President, should have been in that playlist. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Young Tailor of the Year (BBC 3) http://t.co/i0LWyPru Watched it last night. Daughter reckons George Lamb was the best bit of it. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
They certainly did not have to go far for the talent, 3/4 contestants worked on Savile Row and the fourth was at London College of Fashion [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Who Is a Terrorist? http://t.co/dWGHXdKQ "In fact – since 9/11 – virtually all dissent has been equated with terrorism" via @ritholtz [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @bengoldacre: RT @Vbinwigan: a religion is like a penis. it’s fine to have one, it’s wrong to shove it down the throats of our children [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 9th

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twitter (feed #7)
Lessons from and for Masterchef:
1. Don’t make ice cream
2. Don’t try anything you haven’t done before
3. Get it 100% if making a classic [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Dali, Klimt Paintings Fail to Sell at $124.7 Million Auction - Bloomberg http://t.co/a3y1HLrn via @BloombergNews [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Klimt’s "Lakeshore with Birches" was actually underwhelming, it almost looked better reproduced on a computer screen. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Self-published ebook author becomes Amazon’s top seller http://t.co/1M7YTTuy via @guardian [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 8th

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twitpic (feed #5)
ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8h6p6o Still no heat. Burst main, so no water this morning. Never mind, our broadband was given fibre injection this morning
twitter (feed #7)
Still no heat. Burst main, so no water this morning. Never mind, our broadband was given fibre injection this morning http://t.co/hOmYaGBZ [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @HMCW2011: #Croydon police have joined Twitter. You can follow them @MPSCroydon http://t.co/gXAcAw49 [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
How 300,000 people move home, animation http://t.co/2lWGyMRB via @guardian Cross referencing 4 mill Norwegian tax records and visualising it [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
BBC News - Hester: I, Not Robot http://t.co/4yCWf1Qz "Banks should be there to provide services, not to be self-serving" (Levene) [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 7th

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twitter (feed #7)
RT @kraftwerk: 2012 …. Official Kraftwerk Twitter channel launched … [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Gerhard’s off the Richter scale - Telegraph http://t.co/20TtAQXI via @Telegraph " Richter prices at auction have increased by 319 percent" [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
I went to Christie’s lunchtime, Richter picture Telegraph shows is quite striking in real life (looks a bit gaudy in photo). [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Loads of surreal art on show at Christie’s today including a Dorothea Tanning (with an up-to-date 1910-2012 plate). [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Yayoi Kusama: dear Damien Hirst, the spots were my idea - Telegraph http://t.co/5nrfWjz4 via @Telegraph [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
"I have done all of the work myself, not my assistants" Yayoi Kusama. Here we go again. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @ritholtz: Amazon May Experiment with Physical Bookstores http://t.co/bd0VhWtl $$ [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 6th

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twitter (feed #7)
The phrase "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll" was coined by Ian Dury http://t.co/2ZafgUg6 "title of the song became part of the English language " [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Always wondered if the phrase already existed and pleased that the 15-year old me bought one of the 19000 original singles. Rock history. [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Original "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll" single just valued at around £25 so one item I will never sell (+mine is played to death, worn cover) [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/9aYmGiW0 Watched first @lovefilm bluray: A single man (2009). Very stylish Tom Ford directed with bits of underwater Bill Viola [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
Happy to report that PS3 did not fall apart. Some people only put DVDs into their PS3, afraid extra @lovefilm sticker bluray might ruin PS3 [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
#NowPlaying Sandra Kolstad – Crux on #Spotify
http://t.co/sj1riduX [ldnhal]
twitter (feed #7)
RT @yenyenteh: RIP Dorothea Tanning dies at 101;"the last living Surrealist" http://t.co/JDvAvAio via @GreeGreece @latimes [ldnhal]
lastfm (feed #9)
Listened to 31 songs.
twitter (feed #7)
http://t.co/XALXszxM Jonathan Meades on France – Interview The Dabbler. Watched 2/3s of France series. Love his muscular attacks on religion [ldnhal]
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Printed jaw lets woman swallow again http://t.co/Pu9zNMD9 via @reghardware "3D printing techniques have been taken to jaw-dropping heights" [ldnhal]
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"The Bridge" S01E06. A transport leg. [ldnhal]
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Sami people’s day today. Surprised to read on Wikipedia that as many as 30000 people with Sami roots live in the US. [ldnhal]

Tate Collection | Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Dorothea Tanning

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Tate Collection | Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Dorothea Tanning

Daily Digest for February 5th

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Listened to 4 songs.

Daily Digest for February 4th

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ldnhal: http://twitpic.com/8fdcoz The Killing S01E11 screenshot diptych. Possible #art references,  Hammershøi and Hopper (Nighthawks)  influence.
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The Killing S01E11 screenshot diptych. Possible #art references, Hammershøi and Hopper (Nighthawks) influence. http://t.co/trT0KNcC [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 3rd

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At home day. Getting central heating fixed and catching up on The Killing. Two episodes missing from my taped series, will have to elsewhere [ldnhal]
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"Ironic" is word in deed, BT and Sky doing really well, Sony and Panasonic not. [ldnhal]
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Day wasted, still no heat. Money not going down the drain, but up the flue. On with the woollen jumper and another episode of The Killing. [ldnhal]
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The Killing S01E10. [ldnhal]

Daily Digest for February 1st

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http://t.co/pmNLBhSD ‘The Killing III’ is ‘darker and heavier’ (NME) Last in series. [ldnhal]
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http://t.co/fyPJk36x Tate buys timeshare in Christian Marclay’s Clock. Good on us, a most excellent (time-)piece. [ldnhal]