A strange thing happened in London tonight. Strange, but good.
If you’re not familiar with the annual mass geekery that is South by South West Interactive or SXSWi to its friends, you may be more familiar its big brother, the huge music festival which takes over Austin, Texas.
After a hefty amount of procrastination this Sunday, who knew washing up could be such an engaging pastime, I got down to some heavy-duty email inbox clearance.
Ever since I came back from Thinking Digital complete with copious quantities of notes, I’ve been meaning to write up some of the great sessions at the conference. One day – probably – I’ll actually find some time to do it.
This afternoon one of those sessions sprung to mind. Steve Clayton, of Geek in Disguise and Blue Monster fame demo’ed some of the latest and greatest new software gadgets freshly minted from MSs’ labs. Amongst these was a rather natty, and free, stitching application.
Whilst on a Friday afternoon diversion sent to me by a friend who knows I have the attention span of a….ooo, look a shiny piece of paper…
My gaze drifted towards this banner advert for Times Online’s Good University Guide – and there’s an expression that you don’t hear often:
Remind you of anything? Ah yes…