While Alistair of We Made This has been cycling the length of Great Britain ( PAY HIM), the blog has been handed over to all manner of guest bloggers, with posts on things like the pleasures of Instagram, the timeless design of Tunnocks wrappers, and the future of the Design Council. The wonderful Gym Class Magazine now has a tumblr, featuring a great interview with George Lois by that Andrew Losowsky and at least one picture of Jack Nicholson that it's impossible to unsee. Claes Källarsson discovers a building full of books that you can borrow for weeks on end, FOR FREE. Let's hope the idea catches on. MatDolphin ask magazine artiste John Paul Thurlow ten questions. I've been wandering around York, taking pics for my tenure as Grafik's Daily Typist. The video for the new Wilco song Born Alone is a bit like being pinned down by Instagram while it vomits into your eyes. In a good way. At the 38 second mark, Tweedy makes what can best be described as a Cat Stevens Sound. Never heard him do that before. Is there any way that Torchwood and Dr Who can still be in the same universe? WrapperRhymes asks the other big question troubling mankind right now: is it pronounced "Nice" or "Nice"? Ready Steady Bang has the potential to be my new favourite iPhone game (even more so than the one I dreamt I'd invented the other night: Super Bunny Crossbow Baby). Reminds me of the old Atari 2500 game Outlaw. Yes, I'm that old. The Oatmeal hits the nail on the head: what it's like to play online games as a grownup. How not to sell photographic paper. Tim Rich on Kubrick’s 2001, the Queen and the world's largest block of acrylic. Would you like to be able to buy Moon merchandise? See also: Sam And Gerty’s Lunar Funtime Club House We're currently looking high and low for wedding inspiration. I particularly like this über-geek wedding. NASA unveils plans for new super-rocket. Behold, the Interrobang – my new favourite punctuation mark (thanks to Dr B for finding that one). And finally, my years of training at nerd academy paid off – I won the Forgotten Flix Six Degrees Summer Movie Tourney.
, York, UK