World Wide Week 2008: The End

July 26th, 2008 | brainjuice

That’s it. No more. It’s over. I’m only sorry I couldn’t fit more of you in — the response this year was overwhelming, more than double that of last year. Apologies to the several hundred (!) of you I couldn’t show. It was actually really nice to see so many of you. There’s a little bit of public performance to doing a blog, and that sort of thing always works better when you can actually see the audience. And I know that some of you, at least, enjoyed seeing each other.

Thank you.


Maybe next week we’ll see how many of you want to shoot video. Heh.


Collecting Stray Thoughts – 2008-07-25

July 26th, 2008 | microlog

  • It’s Friday, it’s past noon UK time, and we’re back on the air. FREAKANGELS 0021: #
  • I can make @leahmoore have heart attacks by remote control. Win. Who else can I make keel over? I have a hit list. #
  • Nearly 5pm already. Shit. Okay. Powering up desktop feeds, opening email tubes, cranking up Winamp. Let’s see what the world’s up to. #
  • Let’s have some signs of life from my friends in San Diego. I’m getting worried that you’ve all been yiffed to death or something. #

World Wide Week 2008

July 26th, 2008 | brainjuice

Nearly there.


World Wide Week 2008

July 26th, 2008 | brainjuice


GI JOE RESOLUTE: The Producers Talk About Me

July 26th, 2008 | Work

You just can’t trust these people:

"Warren [Ellis, who wrote the project] was a decision to usher this into pg-13," dos Santos said. "There’s no cursing… there’s no blood. It’s ’Warren Ellis Light,’ his style is all over the project. It’s within reason, and in good taste. Not that his work isn’t always in good taste, but sometimes it isn’t in good taste."

Ellis even sent a message to SDCC fans through dos Santos. "He wanted you to all know that he’s in England, sitting in his living room, naked, collecting all of Hasbro’s money, and he wants to thank all of you for that."