Mark Boulton

Category: “personal”

Not much to say about Doctor Who (well, maybe a little bit)

Supersize Me and a climate of fear

Getting geekier by the minute

A bunch of batons

Probably the last to talk about @media

11 days and no updates?

ebook download security question

Nizlopi and the JCB Song

Here, there and everywhere

To Applecare or not?

Goodbye SquirrelMail, Hello RoundCube

Things you may not know about me

Diving and a bust wrist

2005 has been quite a year

A week with Camino

That time of year again

Four Things

SXSW: Traditional Design and New Technology


SXSW: Day one

SXSW: Six months of prep and now it’s all over

That was SXSWi 2006

Talking in Perth

Upgrading your mobile phone

What happened to the design?

Wedding nerves by proxy, by ‘The Wife’

A week in Perth

Pimping my brother’s site

Monica and The Rainforest

Podcasts and an article

Atmedia 2006 is just around the corner

Refurb 20” Intel iMac? Or should I just sit on my hands?

Bloody penalties again!

This past month

Sorting my workflow out

Slugging it out with backup solutions

Leaving the BBC and going freelance

Going it alone: Putting the pieces in place

OS X theme for a Sony Ericsson k800i

Pink for October

Muse: Ridiculously good

Small is beautiful

Getting the basics right

SXSW panels: Take two

That was 2006

Whymper’s Mountain

One Principle to Design By

SXSW: Third time’s a charm

Annual Jaunt Across the Pond

To Coda

New digs

Atmedia 2007: Third time’s a charm

My little secret

Think Do Think

Pink is the new black

Stephen Fry on Fame

Two iPhones How do you tell the difference between them?

Typesetting Tables at 24ways

BBC redesign tellys have rounded corners, right?

Twitter didn’t eat my blogging, 2007 did

Sir Edmund Hillary: 1919 - 2008

Start Your Own Business

Ten Crimes Against Web Typography (and how to avoid them)

From Poly to Pole

Alys Rose Boulton

Don’t screw with conventions

Why have a chair when you could have a Sumo

White Screen Of Death

The Personal Cost of Designing on Spec

New Drop Caps

Back to reading feeds

Two Thousand and Ten

Saying No

Steve Jobs

Being Together

White, Yellow, Orange, Red


Ideas Of March

Doing less

Dirty Hands



A New Canon

Two Thousand and Twelve

Shorter Long Form

Change your mind

A Child's Phone Contract

Our eldest daughter is soon moving to secondary school a short bus journey away from our house. Many of her friends already own and use phones regularly. For a while, Emma and I have resisted but as she will be making her way to the school independently, for her safety and our piece of mind, we thought a phone would be a good idea.

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