Monthly Archives: September 2013

Photos: Playing with Mt. Edgecombe

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REcently visited Mount Edgecombe just outside Plymouth. Took some pictures and played around with them – this is what it ended up looking like:

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Our current world redrawn as Pangea

During the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras, around 300 million years ago, all the world’s continents were joined in one super-continent, known as Pangea. It basically looked like this: Some out there in cyberspace thought: ‘Hey, that looks cool. … Continue reading

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Batman in seatbelt warning, shame about the segway, dubstep trololo cat

I just sold a new concept for a TV program – it’s based on combining crime and cookery shows in a way that’s never been seen before…but you’ll have to wait for the pilot to find out for yourself – … Continue reading

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My Close Encounter with Lions in Botswana

Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
Photographer Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen poses with a Lion   26-year-old Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen is a freelance photographer and strategic adviser/publicist. Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, Rossen is passionate about travel, writing and photography.…

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My favourite feminist visits my favourite city

The journalist Caitlin Moran is many things – and many of them are bloody annoying. Listen to what everyone’s favourite rambling, drunk uncle, Wikipedia has to say: “At the age of 15, she won The Observer’s Young Reporter of the … Continue reading

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The weird world of Facebook and Google adverts

Advertisement on social media like Facebook and search sites (plus just about everything else computer related) like Google rely on advertisements for most of their income. To convince people to advertise with them, the companies, and many more like them, … Continue reading

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The time of year for walking on a lake – on the Moon

It’s that time of year. The time when scientists line up around the block to answer age-old questions like: ‘would I be able to run across the surface of a pond or lake, if that pond or lake was on … Continue reading

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