A random thought in a random sort of randomly way that is more random than a computer's random number generator.
Around 1750, Canaletto painted a scene of London from Somerset House towards Westminster. It shows all the obvious things you would expect to see...
There is a railway line that passes through residential streets in South London and at one point leaves a low lying bridge over a pedestrian passageway -- and that passage is an art gallery.
It seems that everything can at some point be reduced to a variant of the tube map and then posted onto the internet for all to see. But what about the internet as a tube map on the internet?
There is a campaign brewing to reform the Sunday trading laws and scrap the 6-hour maximum that large stores can be open for on the day.
Some sort of computer game is being released based in Victorian London that features some pretty stunning images of the city, and the London Underground stations.
The sudden and totally unexpected death of a major and highly controversial figure is always a shock and a moment for reflection on the impact of their passing.
A preview trailer has been released of the forthcoming Paddington Bear movie, with some lovely -- and suspiciously clean footage of Paddington Station.
Readers with very good memories may recall that just over a year ago, I wrote a polemic about how the SouthBank Centre's website had redesigned its listings page in a way that made them essentially useless.