Hitting up my Netflix list last night I watched two interesting documentaries. They both dealt with anonymity, but in different contexts. Finding Vivian Maier After buying a job lot of negatives for a history project, John Maloof becomes consumed with discovering who's behind them. Fascinating piece that peels back a person's life. Tries to make…
It was Aldnoah.Zero @Nycteris.
My Netflix queue has been gathering mothballs, so much so that a few titles dropped out of the catalog. A couple of weekends ago I decided to start catching up. Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition Just finished re-watching this, and it still holds up after 7 years and a remake. Well paced and, in places,…
https://youtu.be/sHLkusKpHBo Really enjoying @natekontny new "vlogs". Definitely worth a watch.
I'm only 1 episode in @mikebender, but so far it's good. Lot of people I know really liked it.
Thats in the list too @psmithgb :-)
Really liked this new dance piece from Rambert called 'Tomorrow'. Part of #ShakespeareLives. Great pulsing score by Scanner. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/273539105" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]
I've put the slides from my IxDA talk, Fitting UX into project timelines, up on SlideShare. [slideshare id=62969261&doc=fittinguxintoprojects-160612020600]
New Order's 'Blue Monday' played on 1930's instruments by Orkestra Obsolete. Hat tip to Bárbara Scarambone who found it on BBC Arts