Happy New Year – let’s hope it’s a good one.
You may remember that I used to create a Desktop Calendar Wallpaper each month. Well, life got a bit hectic and I missed a couple of months – the world didn’t end and I wasn’t swamped with angry requests for the missing wallpapers, so I decide to stop doing them. One less thing to stress about every month and all that…
However, I have had several requests to make certain wallpapers available without the calendar info which sort of defeats the object but makes perfect sense at the same time – if you like one of the images why limit using it to a month?
So I’ve collected the images from all the calendars I ever did, removed the text and saved them out into one handy zip you can download here or by clicking on the image above – enjoy.
Today I have mostly been listening to BT’s wonderful new album, A Song Across Wires.
If you already know BT then you probably know all about it and what to expect, if not then you really should take a listen and see what you’re missing out on.
The only problem from my point of view is that there’s 3 versions of the album but only 1 version of the cover artwork, so I made a couple of variations on a theme for my iTunes library and thought I’d post them here for anybody else that’s sad enough to care about that sort of thing…
Just click on either of them to grab the full size versions.
If you haven’t got the album then it’s available on iTunes (regular & continuous mix) or BeatPort for the extended mixes. It’s his usual mix of great tunes, perfect production with a dash of added dubstep – good stuff.
AmbiHue, our latest app, has just hit the App Store
If you’re interested, you can find it here
I saw this and it blew my mind…
Even when you get your head around how Keng Lye produces these intricate works of art, you’ll still wonder how he does it…
Full story and more example at My Modern Met