“…this massive moment of disruption we’re in — is really a function of audiences craving new kinds of storytelling. I think we had a really nice run for 100 years of two-hour, two-dimensional storytelling, but I think over the next decade, decade-and-a-half, you’re going to see a radical shift in how stories are told.”
– Russo Brothers
As I aim to post more often here these notepads will become much a more stripped down round up of recent links and findings that didn’t quite make it onto their own entry.
I’ve been cleaning up old posts on here. Please have a look.
Things after the break.
This time last week we were in London to see if we had won the BAFTA for Best Titles and Graphic Identity for our work on Blue Planet 2.
Although we didn’t come away with the main prize we did get to see the great and the good, hang out in a pub with hare heads on the wall, see our friends and colleagues win their awards, drink complementary champagne and generally have an excellent time.
Fingers crossed we get to do it again at some point in the future.
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Usual collection of fortnightly links and things after the jump.
This fortnight’s dose of links and internet things.
Above is the railway line down by the Bristol Cut.
“The New Cut is an artificial waterway which was constructed between 1804 and 1809 to divert the tidal river Avon through south and east Bristol, England. This was part of the process of constructing Bristol’s Floating Harbour, under the supervision of engineer William Jessop. The cut runs from Totterdown Basin at the eastern end of St Phillip’s Marsh, near Temple Meads, to the Underfall sluices at Rownham in Hotwells and rejoining the original course of the tidal Avon.”
A batch of biweekly links and things. I actually prepared this a week ago and forgot to post it so who knows some of it might still be relevant.
We had a bit of snow round here last week, it slowed things up a bit.
Happy Mother’s Day.