Posts Tagged ‘iain lee’

Iain Lee - The Magic of the Internet

The size of the universe and dancing TV personalities

You know the problem – you’re sat in front of your computer, having told your wife you’re popping upstairs to ‘do some work’. But man, it’s so hard to actually get that work started. Instead, you find yourself falling down the rabbit hole and getting lost in a world of weird websites and useless YouTube [...]


Iain Lee - The Magic of the Internet

The Iain Lee Column – The Magic of the Internet

I remember the first time I ever had Pesto. I was 19 years old, at a friends house in Glastonbury.  We had pasta and I was asked if I’d ever had this mysterious smelly thing before before. ‘Of course’, I lied, not wanting to look uncool. ‘Oh good, help yourself then.’ With that, I got [...]


Iain Lee - The Magic of the Internet

The Iain Lee Column – The Magic of the Internet

I am so over Twitter. For a while, it was a really important way of life, an addiction. I had an overwhelming compulsion to tell everyone everything I was doing. Every little detail of my life had to be shared. I thought I was being hilarious, creative, daring and pushing the boundaries. Hell, I’ve got [...]


Iain Lee - The Magic of the Internet

The Iain Lee Column: The Magic of the Internet

I have been struggling to recall what life was like before the internet, and I honestly can’t remember much of it at all. It’s just a hazy blur of moping around, standing at bus stops and reading things that I believe we used to call books. Sounds hideous, doesn’t it? The www has enriched our [...]


Iain Lee - The Magic of the Internet

The Iain Lee Column: The Magic of the Internet

The internet is an amazing place. It can unite, inspire, move and arouse. There are an infinite number of sites to look at and an amazing amount of information out there, waiting to be accessed. Why then do I only ever really look at 4 sites – Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and eBay? I have to [...]