From the sublime to the ridiculous - or rather the dumb - here are five things that I just happened to learn this week.
Let's all join the analogue revolution and stop the slow digital creep that's reaching into our minds and breaking our spirits.
When a production of Macbeth not only manages to make you jump, but also creeps the bejesus out of you, then you know it's getting something right. This is a review of Creation Theatre's Macbeth.
A pub in Wales pointed out that halfway to nowhere is exactly where you need to be to move forward with a little meaning.
A varient on my occasional list of interesting things, here is a run down of top talent I've stumbled across on a recent whirlwind musical discovery tour.
If we lived perpetually in the conditional, we would never have anything new to say. It's the current that keeps us thinking.
Coffee got me through the basics this weekend, but no further, so today I have left the creativity up to others. They're very good at it.
Saw this on Twitter and it helped my head. Sometimes the internet is noise, and sometimes it is worth listening to.
A month in a montage. In other words, a visual tour of some sights I found to be worth seeing.
I had no choice but to share this. It moved me in a way that I have not felt in a long time.
If something is fascinating, exciting or spark-inducing then it should be shared so that others may experience that same feeling.
Something's been missing from the conversation about Starbucks: sometimes the ever-present glow of the green mermaid is just what we all need.
Letting some interesting things speak for themselves...