I have achieved my final form and turned the magazine you read when you drink alone in a Wetherspoons in some brilliant #content for the New Statesman!
I surveyed real actual people about their ideal dates to help Distilled build a quiz which purports to tell you how much of the internet you’re romantically compatible with. I am not sure with a higher or lower percentage is better.
I made an exciting guest appearance on the CageClub podcast to discuss Nic Cage’s latest terrible film, Arsenal. It has nothing to do with football.
Here’s me bitching about that stupid viral video where Simon Sinek pretends to be sad about millennials not having alarm clocks.
This episode includes, among other things, a discussion between host Jonn Elledge and I on whatever it is that makes us want to spent entire days walking from one arbitrary point to another.
I wrote some code to scrape samples from 80 years of BBC schedules (and then spent a lot longer manually categorising them) to help Distilled build this interactive guide to the history of the Beeb. Please forward all complaints to the BBC.
Imagine a dystopian world in which I was asked to evaluate how plausible the premises in the first two series of Black Mirror were.
I had a nice chat with the excellent PodCage lads, who are attempting to watch every Nicolas Cage film ever made. What kind of idiot would do that?
For some reason the New Statesman have allowed me to make a passionate defence of the work of some actor called Nicolas Cage.