Iain Lee

You can read Iain Lee’s very own take on the internet here on the 123-reg blog every last Friday of the month. A familiar face on television since he got his first break landing the job hosting Channel 4’s thrice weekly topical comedy show the 11 O’Clock Show at the age of 25, Iain is also an award winning radio presenter, top podcast creator and a genuinely funny guy with an eye for the bizarre.

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Music therapy for elephants and why tomatoes are evil

 

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Life is a strange thing. One minute you are at home cleaning up bits of poo from a two year old, the next you are sat in a TV studio while the legend that is Lionel Blair goes absolutely mental and starts effing and jeffing at a young American lady. Luckily for me, this event


Have you visited the Nicest Place on the Internet?

 

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The ‘wrong’ Guy, several sound effects and the Nicest Place on the Internet – a perfect Xmas selection for Iain Lee’s Magic of the Internet.
Delve in and wrap all that is good with the world wide web… and some that is not so good.


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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Christmas is coming…no, stop that you Scrooges. I genuinely love it. Turkey, grandparents, Edmonds, farting, presents, someone dying on Eastenders, what more could you want from life? I tell you what I don’t want, and that’s wacky presents. Get me a book, get me some CD’s or even a jumper but for the love of


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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    Computers are good and fun and the internet is a gift. Do you remember a few years ago when some vicar or bishop came out and said the internet was like God? That’s not the exact quote, and a quick Google (does anyone ever say ‘a quick Bing’) has been unable to locate


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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I have downgraded my phone. Seriously. I now have what I annoyingly call a ‘not-so smart phone’ Here, have a look at it – bit.ly/17JPFvv Now that isn’t my actual phone, mine doesn’t have a leaky screen, but that’s the model. It turns out that having the internet in my pocket is a weight that


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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  It’s summer and we have all escaped to foreign islands and luxurious hideaways and left technology behind as we attempt relax and unwind and let go of the stresses and strains of living in the future as we now all do. Who am I kidding? You’ve taken your tablets, your smart phones, your laptops


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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It’s the hottest day of the year so far, so what could be more fun than sitting on a computer looking up random websites that I am telling you to view? Nothing. Nothing is better. This is literally the best thing you could be doing right now. So, shall we do it, sun lovers? My


Iain Lee – The Magic of the Internet

 

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I love the internet more than life itself. I wish there was some way of turning the web into a physical entity and caressing its beautiful body and long luscious locks and kissing it passionately on the lips, like they did in that film Weird Science. Anyway, that sadly isn’t possible, so instead I just


Papier mache heads, a cop with an axe and Kenny Rodgers

 

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One of my favourite people that ever lived was the majestic Frank Sidebottom. A bumbling 35-year-old failure who was self delusional enough to believe he actually had a showbiz career, which he had to keep secret from his mum . Oh yeah, he also had a big head, that some people thought may have been


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Want to hear my geeky news this month? I am downgrading my phone and I actually bought a Nokia 3410 to replace my iPhone 5. It’s brilliant. It doesn’t even have Bluetooth, but it does come with the Snake app preloaded. Why am I taking this stand against technology? Well, I think I may be