Lots of people say that a blog is just an online exercise in vanity. The normal response to that is, "Oh no, it's about sharing, learning, the interesting space where digital meets physical" Blah blah blah.
Me? I say fuck that, it's all about me, me, me. A whole website about me.
With that in mind, here's a vanity update.
First up, these little babies have been popping up all over Flickr. Which is smashing. They look really lovely. They've all been sent out now to as far afield as New Zealand and Mexico. You should have had yours, if you haven't drop me a line. But we don't have any left. But still drop me a line.
David has created a Flickr Group called One Thousand Covers and he wants everyone to try and track all 1,000 newspapers. Which is a great idea. Ideally he just wants the hand numbered bit. Read more about it here. Great idea David. Thanks.
The newspaper was also featured in Creative Review which was very kind of them.
Which reminds me, so far this year the Creative Review covers have been brilliant. If you ask me. I don't know why they made the Brazilian one yellow, when it was on white to start with. But hey, it still looks great.
And. CBC Radio in Canada interviewed me about the newspaper project last week. They make a very clever programme called Spark with is a bit like iPM over here. Should you wish you can listen to my interview here. I'm about 2 minutes in.
Lastly, The Journal Of The International Institute (you've heard of them, right?) used one of my Flickr pictures. They did everything right. Emailed me, emailed me again when I didn't reply. Asked nicely. Credited me. Very good.