Change, m’dear

Welcome to the hitherto-titled Digi-Cream Times blog, now with added new-nameness and general all-round gumption.

You’ll see that all the archives have made it across from the old address. Well, almost all.

A few YouTube videos seem to be lost forever, including a rare clip from Teldorado, the 1992 special edition of Wogan with our man jetting off to Los Barcos to meet “the people who will be sharing their lives, and yours, twice-weekly for a very long time”; an extract from Clive’s Sinclairs, in which Clive James takes a pithy look at the history of home computing (“I’d heard that budding entrepreneur Alan Sugar was in town and wanted to pick my brains urgently”); and Larry Grayson performing ‘Shut That Door (It’s Awfully Cold In Here)’ on Top Of The Pops.

All the posts have now been assigned categories, listed in the sidebar on the right, so you can more easily browse and nitpick the blog’s tiresome recurrences.

The old blog will stay online, at least for the time being, so any referral links floating around will not suddenly become dead.

Meanwhile for anyone who missed it, here are The King’s Singers performing a special musical aide memoire, explaining the demise of Digi-Cream Times and the birth of TV Cream Towers.

It was the last thing to be posted on the old site, and hence makes little sense out of context over here, but since when have questions of sense and context bore any importance to the writer of this blog?

Take it away, chaps!

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2 Responses to Change, m’dear

  1. empressburger says:

    Welcome to your new home. Hope the unpacking goes well and nothing got broken in the move.

  2. Chris O says:

    Best of luck with Digi-Cream Times 2.0. Onwards and upwards, as they say…

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