Guys, here are the 50 shades of gray for you. No need to go to cinemas now.
This is so much better than the book and movie
good read, would read again
Why, God, why? http://ift.tt/1AKIinD
Enjoy this spread straight from the jar with a teaspoon. http://ift.tt/1vvEjoZ
A year of tracking with reporter-app. Average highs (top line), lows (bottom line) and just plain averages (middle line) on a self-reported 1-10 scale. Stuff I already knew? Perhaps, but some interesting stuff nonetheless.
The April-May slump is unsurprising: the result of returning to doorsteps that might not be hostile, but seem less positive each year. But I hadn’t appreciated the wider impact of a miserable campaign (my highs weren’t as high), nor that the numbers started going up a week before the end (correlating to the arrival of a few friends for the last few days).
The August peak. A holiday. Having your own pool is great, it seems.
What is perhaps more interesting is spotting the correlations between highs and lows and other factors which just don’t show up in a line.
But even that line brings a clarity worth many times the outlay for the app, not just when looking back, but when making decisions in the future.
New notebooks. I really do get excited about notebooks, especially now I don’t feel uneasy using them at work. http://ift.tt/1BMteqR
Sign in St St Thomas’. A hospital. And they ask for a day rather than being silly and suggesting a whole month. http://ift.tt/1C0o8Ga
They do, at least, list themselves as Battersea on their website. But really, should we be impressed by the ‘Notting Hill’? http://ift.tt/1yrplq7
See that LED? I made that light up. My greatest achievement of the year. #raspberrypi http://ift.tt/1xIrOJE
Legoland Castle in all its kitsch glory. #LegolandChristmas http://ift.tt/1z9albj
MiniMe returned from meeting Father Christmas on a school trip with a not entirely age-appropriate toy. http://ift.tt/1qFtmnJ