Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Child’s American Cartography

I was a whole heap grown up by the first time I visited the U.S. I was forty, in fact. It wasn’t that I hadn’t travelled a fair bit by then, for I had, and had lived in other countries … Continue reading

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Mildly Disconcerting ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Cartoon, 4

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Frankly Dispiriting ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Cartoon, 3

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Creating Inconvenience (a resumé in progress)

The tabs on the website at build stage read: Artworks, Stories, Designs… My colleague, collaborator, Pete Lippitt*, talks of the 21st Century Creative. He’s on a crusade, and with M.J., of course, to promote the polymath path; the creative-mind-on-its-game-in-a-number-of-games as The Truth … Continue reading

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Faintly Depressing / Menacing ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Cartoons, 1 and 2

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Steve’s Weekend Bingo!

At a loose end this weekend? Then why not pit your wits against society, with Steve’s Late-20th-Slash-Early-21st-Century Observational Bingo? The prize is the fun, as you (alone, or with a child,) attempt to ‘spot’ these Top Ten Behavioural Rarities. All … Continue reading

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The Colour of Mini

Cars – as Gary Numan once sang – what is it good for? Huh. Say it again. The thing about me and a motor, see, is that I do like a nicely coloured one. (My own mini, bizarrely, is black. … Continue reading

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