Back in August 2012 I abandoned my £130-a-month season ticket and became a full-time cycle commuter braving the elements and London's pot-holed roads to get myself in and out of work each day.
Being the neat and tidiness freak that I am and always insisting on things being lined up and organised symmetrically wherever possible I was overjoyed when Kate's sister Charlotte pointed me in the direction of the Things Organized Neatly website. An image archive dedicated to the weird and wonderful practice of organising things in the neatest possible way - an OCD sufferers paradise.
I don't often blog about my life as a web designer but yesterday I wrote an overview report on HTML5, the latest incarnation of HTML, which, for the uninitiated amongst you, is the language the internet is built on and I thought I'd share some of my findings.
Otherwise known as www.27bslash6.com, the home of legendary internet humourist David Thorne. Mischief maker, nuisance and all round web designer's hero.
Light the candles, turn off the lights, start singing out of time and tune. It can only be birthday time. Alas, not for me, my twentieth is a distant and fading memory but next Friday Adobe's ubiquitous Photoshop software turns twenty. Hurrah!