Oh my: Voitgländer 25mm f/0.95 MFT lens →
Photos of India are up on Flickr.
Luckiest Giant in Town
How’s this for some luck? I received the standard “please check in” email on Sunday night from BA and did as I was told. I chose a window seat because I wanted the chance to take some pictures of Delhi on the approach. On arriving at Heathrow on Monday morning the screen told me that my seat had been changed, to an aisle. I wasn’t entirely pleased but what are you...
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The new MacBook Air looks very nice indeed but Apple’s (and the press seemingly) idea of ‘affordable’ differs significantly from mine.
Gov't Cuts 1.7% of Total Workforce
The UK’s Office of National Statistics estimates there are 29m people employed in the UK. The FT says approximately 490k public sector jobs will be cut today. That’s 1.7% of the entire UK workforce. Errr.
Q: Any thoughts on Flash? SJ: Flash memory? We love flash memory.– Steve Jobs, Apple Earnings Call
Apply to be a London Spinebreakers Editor →
Spinebreakers - from Penguin - is looking for young editors living in London. This looks ridiculously cool if you are into books.
The Man in the High Castle
Man in the High Castle to be a BBC TV movie. About bloody time.
Amazon's Kindle Letter
Amazon have released an open letter to UK Kindle customers saying they will fight the agency model. It’s a good read, if only to see what great spin looks like. The truth, as always, is substantially more complicated. The wholesale model works like this: Amazon buy books from publishers at a price set by the publisher. They then sell those products to the customer for any price they like,...