Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. Three weeks into the new year, and there's been no activity since the usual first-of-the-month post. "Pressure of work" is a bit of a cliche to use in these circumstances, but it's true: I've barely had chance to draw breath over the past few weeks, and shouldn't really even be taking time out of my schedule to write this bit.
So, apologies for the lack of content here recently. There's definitely stuff in the pipeline, including the full story of our Christmas 2010 holiday (see if you can guess where we went this time), and the track listing for last year's Pick Of The Year CD. But you're used to those things appearing on here late, I guess.
To tide you over, with acknowledgements to the mad editing skillz of The Switcher, here's a video that cheered me up no end when I first saw it. If you fall inside the tiny Venn diagram overlap between fans of Hayao Miyazaki and fans of The Lonely Island, it may cheer you up too. Everyone else, on the other hand, will probably just be very very confused. Enjoy!