There are points in the day which, really, beggar belief. When I was asked “Did you know you are in a Auckland University of Technology textbook, as an example?” I had to say “No, no I did not know I was in a Auckland University of Technology textbook, as an example.”
Allan Lee and Greg Treadwell’s “Newspaper Editing and Design: A Guide to Production Journalism” features five pages devoted to putting my mug, and my colleague the inflatable Dalek Khan, into a variety of different positions on the printed page.
I’m not sure what to think of this; faint surprise, mild amusement…
‘Tis odd. I am now a textbook example of a conspiracy theory theorist.