A rubicon has been crossed. I just scanned a QR code in a print magazine to open a webpage.

At last, I threw down my article and smote its ruin upon the mountainside.

I’m off to have a celebratory coffee, while the editor goes to work on it.

I noticed a little while ago that all the posts I did for TEDxBrighton back in 2012/13 were no longer online. I’m slowly starting to reconstruct them from the Wayback Machine and republish them here. Just one so far, but I will work steadily through them in down moments.

If the last two years have taught us anything, it’s that the more British politicians say that “holiday x will be fine”, the more likely it is to end up with us in lockdown instead.

How’s you omicro… sorry, morning going?

A lot of a individual creator newsletters are basically a week’s worth of old-style blogging (lots of links with context, a bit of analysis, a hot take or two, with some personal life stuff mixed in), stuck in an email and sent.

Not a good or a bad thing, just an observation.

Adam Tinworth

Blogging since 2001, journalisting (which isn’t a word, but should be) since 1994, and sleep-deprived since 2012. Journalism lecturer, consultant and trainer.

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