Monthly Archives: August 2012

“Shoes that melt”: 47 miles of poetry

In retrospect, walking 47 miles after the wettest summer since records began may not have been the brightest idea I’d ever come up with, but I’d booked the time off work and I needed to stretch my legs. I was … Continue reading

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Making pinhole cameras from pretty much anything.

God knows, I like to teach people stuff. I also like obsolete tech that requires a minimum of interaction from modern conveniences, like electricity. I joke that the reasons for this is so I can document the end of the … Continue reading

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