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33: Ex Machina

A young programmer is selected to participate in a breakthrough experiment in artificial intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breathtaking female A.I

Ex Machina is the Directorial debut of Alex Garland, A screenwriter I’ve been fond of for quite some time now he wrote the Danny Boyle films ’28 Days Later’ and ‘Sunshine’ and then went on to write ‘Never let Me Go’ and ‘Dredd’, All, in my opinion very good films, because of this Ex Machina has been on my radar for quite a while especially because the set-up reminded me of one of my favourite films ‘Moon’, I like Moon because it’s a very small sic-fi film that uses science fiction to tell a very human story, it’s also very self-contained as it is more or less all set in one location. 591 more words


Be Mine

I think it goes without saying at this point that I love a good monogram. I printed myself some monogrammed coasters with my new wood type when I first got it and finally got around to… 60 more words

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DIY garland by Jurianne Matter

Already for a couple of years I am subscribed to one of the Dutch interior design magazines called VTWONEN. Last year the magazine celebrated its 50’s anniversary and offered a nice present to all of its readers – a garland designed by a Dutch artist Jurianne Matter specially for this occasion. 37 more words

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Review: Ex Machina (Garland, 2015)

With Ex Machina, long-time Danny Boyle collaborator Alex Garland proves that he is up to the task of directorial duties with a sci-fi thriller that stresses ideas above simple set-pieces. 771 more words


DIY word bunting

I’ve had a white blank wall in the kids playroom that I’ve been starring at for months trying to work out what to put there. In the end I decided to hang a cute saying on the wall… 122 more words


DIY Easy Felt Heart Garland

Hello, friends!  I’m popping in with my first post of the year (at least it’s still January, right?!) with a little tutorial for you – an incredibly easy felt heart garland!   452 more words