Monday, 6 December 2010

An Announcement.

Okay. So it's the first Monday of December. That's got to be something important, right?
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Right here, right now, it is. For the rest of the month of December, Alex-Spencer.co.uk shall be exploding into a crazy new format. The traditional end-of-year list is a bit boring as a format, innit? And I've been working the Quarters all year, so you could probably take a good guess at what I'd pick and see what lengthy rubbish I've got to spout on the matter.

Having spent a while thinking it all through, I had a suddenly-awake 3am revelation. It was a lot like Batman's recent moment of epiphany (unlike Batman, however, I didn't need to vomit a load of black stuff that transformed into a demonic bat to reach this conclusion). I've realised how much I rely on my allies, my online brothers in arms. Bruce Wayne launched Batman Inc.

I'm launching Alex-Spencer ... & Friends!

This is my blogging superteam, the Justice League of words, the Online Avengers. What exactly does that mean? Well...
-Articles on all manners of seasonal stuff: from festive food to, hopefully, at least one guide to Christmas ukelele tunes.
-Discussion of all the best stuff from the last year: 2010's essential reading, listening, viewing and every conceivable type of cultural fallout.
-Essays. Lists. The odd stray review we've been looking for a reason to finish.
-And most importantly, an even wider range of specialities/insanities.

Allow my to briefly introduce our players for this entertainment:
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More on each and every one of these characters as they (hopefully) submit stuff. Stuff that will sear off your eyeballs with its brilliance, I promise.

See you at the aftermath. Peace.
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Danny Stoker has posted his intentions for the ...& Friends! season over on his exceedingly tasty-but-difficult-to-type-into-an-address-bar blog Lunch&DinnerMadeMe. They're rather exciting, and I say that only 50% as someone who's likely to benefit from his cooking experiments.

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