I recently listened to a BBC Radio 4 feature called ‘Unbuilt Britain: Liverpool’s Other Cathedral‘ which tells the story of the renowned British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens (29 March 1869 – 1 January 1944) and his never-built work, a cathedral of such magnitude and magnificence that it would have dominated Liverpool’s skyline and rivalled any around the world. Read More
Twitter, Instapaper, Delicious, emails, podcasts, two magazine subscriptions, several superb looking books waiting to be read, more on their way from Amazon, information gathered during various conferences, meet-ups, museum visits, movies, adverts, bits and pieces I see as I move through the world, and notes or images I store on my ever-loved iPhone.
We’re information swamped.
The steady stream of this-and-that reminds me very much of Chinese dim sum servings, a pick-and-choose eating extravaganza: I always leave feeling kind-of-satisfied but over-grazed, bloated and brain-dead. From dim sum to ‘dumb sum’ in under an hour.