Big meeja corps (pronounce as corpse if you like). Pah, who needs them?
Arthouse or independent
cinemas seem to do the job much better. A plus point is their websites
Even my local cinema the Kavanagh in Herne Bay has a
functional web site. A feed would be nice though, time to get the
old web scraping kit out I think!
Funny old stuff blogging, I've not burnt out (I hope), but traffic's been
light in here for the last week, apart from a couple of slightly too
angry rants. Normal service should resume shortly.
It's nice to see
taking the adult approach to the inaccessible Odeon nonsense
to try to persuade the Odeon towards a saner solution than their
current illegal, broken website.
So what else have I been up to? A handful of posts on
and some background legwork for an unusual
All About Symbian
article that should be very interesting when it's complete,
Python heads watch this space!
map for London Transport in 2016.
12 years is a long time away, but it's good to see these proposals
has the latest plans for London Transport and expected completion dates.
Better links around the South East of the capital would be great for me,
and there's plenty of that going on.
There's more good tube stuff on
and the infamous
London Underground Tube
Ewan (he gets eveywhere) is also going for a
on the 30th June - basically visit every Zone 1 station in the shortest
duration - I'm tempted to have a go, but I'm supposed to be karting that
And finally - as they say on the radio -
This isn't London.
Everything you needed to know about London that the
London Open Guide
couldn't tell you. Useful stuff like the history of
Worshipful Company of Stanners.