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The subject may be complicated, but the summary is admirably clear.
More comedy genius featuring Simon’s Cat, with a nice reversal of the usual fortunes: You can also watch this on YouTube.
Can the cyclist defuse the bomb?
It's normally a pretty good sign when a book has reached its third edition, and the Pocket Guide to Chicago Architecture is no exception. Though smaller that a normal book, it's still pretty big for a pocket - but worth lugging round as it's packed full of interesting profiles of Chicago's most famous and striking buildings.
Anthony Price's thriller Our Man in Camelot is quintessential Price, as if all his other David Audley novels had been boiled down into one concentrated example.
I rather like the signs on the station platforms at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport - nice clear visual cues to encourage people to behave sensibly.
The idea behind I’ve Never Seen Star Wars is brilliantly simple: get a famous person into a studio to do a series of common things that many people have done, but which they happen to have not done - such as never having seen the film Star Wars.
Three multi-storey car parks in particular. First, the one I walked through at the airport, which had a different song playing on each level - making it easier to remember which floor drivers have parked on by giving musical cues to remember in addition to the level number.
A bowl of black pepper.
An homage to the 30th anniversary of the Ghostbusters movie made with LEGO bricks.