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Chats with Evernote

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(Hey peeps! We’re now at the stage where there’s a ticking down hour clock on the Vague Direction book Kickstarter campaign. So if you’d like to read it first, now’s the time to hop on over there. Thanks!) If you followed the Vague Direction bicycle journey as it was happening, you may’ve seen the Evernote logo on […]

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Creative projects, iteration & doubt

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(Hey everyone! The Vague Direction Book has just 5 days left on Kickstarter. It’s been completely mind-blowing to see the support you guys have been giving it – pretty sure that helped it become a Kickstarter Staff Pick – so thanks! If you missed it and would like to be first to read it, or just learn more […]

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A Little About Film

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(Hello peeps! In case you missed it a couple of days ago, the Vague Direction Book is now on Kickstarter for a limited time. So if you’d like to read it, there’s 7 days left to head over there to help make it happen. Check out the page if you’re tempted! :)  At the end […]

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The Vague Direction Book (Pre-order now on Kickstarter)

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Hey everyone, Big ol’ news today. The Vague Direction Book, about the bicycle journey and the stories that happened along the way, is written. And I’d love your help to publish it. So today, for a limited time, I’m launching a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to help get over the final hurdle, which is to get: […]

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Treasure Maps

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[UPDATE: All maps are now gone, sorry!] ‘Ahoy me hearties, It’s been quite quiet around here for a month or so, but all for good reason – there’s fun stuff coming! In the meantime though, I was just having a clear out and found some treasure which I’d love to give away to anyone who might […]

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Mr Yamaguchi

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Tsutomu Yamaguchi had a cushty job. He worked for Mitsubishi, in Japan, where he was an engineer in the shipbuilding division, designing oil tankers. It was World War Two. He was away on business when it happened, stepping off a tram, before heading to a shipyard that nestled among flat potato fields on either side. It was the final day […]

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Plummet

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The morning. Betty Lou Oliver did not wake up that day expecting to plummet 75 stories down the world’s tallest building. It was foggy outside, on the morning of July 28th, 1945. There was barely any visibility. A B-25 Bomber became lost in the New York mist and crashed into the side of the Empire State Building, killing all […]

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Think About All The Fucking Possibilities

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Believe in your fucking self. Stay up all fucking night. Work outside of your fucking habits. Know when to fucking speak up. Fucking collaborate. Don’t fucking procrastinate. Get over your fucking self. Keep fucking learning. Form follows fucking function. A computer is a Lite-Brite for bad fucking ideas. Find fucking inspiration everywhere. Fucking network. Educate […]

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The Debt Collector & The Heathen

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The debt collector was incessant. He wouldn’t go away. For a week, there he’d be, waiting outside school and becoming increasingly angry. Classic debt collector. I was 9. He was 10, going on 11. Adam was his name, and he liked football too. He was in his final year. It was a small school and only a few people played football. Adam […]

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The State of The Monsters

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The Waiting Room I was sat in a train station waiting room yesterday. Everything was cancelled because of a “severe engine failure,” and over the tannoy it was announced that “the wait for those travelling by train will be at least 90 minutes.” Boo. Hiss. Yeah, yeah. People complain about travel delays but secretly we […]

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