#RoyalWedding ROFL!

I'm not sure where this originated from (it's all over the web today), but I thought it was hilarious (and I had been thinking that Prince William looked like he was in The Princess Diaries!)... Now, if you want to buy Princess Beatrice's notorious hat, you can bid for it on ebay, current price £5000, all proceeds to charity... good on her for making good use of the notoriety of that hat!

A story from @transpositions on #RoyalWedding memorabilia

Read the story here. An extract: I start with the obvious. Memorabilia primarily serves as an aid to remembering. I start here because memorabilia is often judged as being aesthetically deficient, which then levies judgment upon the person who purchased the item. Rather, an item’s capacity to call up memories of an event, a shared moment, or a life-changing experience is surely its purpose and how it should be considered. For example, the screen-printed tea…

How did the social media world react to the #RoyalWedding?

Did you get involved with the Royal Wedding? I saw a lot of people who had avowed that they weren't going to get involved, vigorously tweeting & Facebooking about the event, and I watched much more of it than I anticipated, and went to a garden party in the afternoon! The social media available was credited with allowing much attention, and the Royal couple themselves appeared to have embraced it, announcing their engagement on Twitter!…