Another thing: I usually don't respect corporate sponsorship names, but there really isn't any other name for the place than "The O2". No one calls it "the Millennium Dome" anymore, cause it's really not the millennium dome anymore.
In a weird way, I'd actually hope it's permanently called "The O2" in a way that outlives the phone carrier, it' a nice sharp and poignant name that cleanly broke away from its past. All I know though is that it will last up until 2027 at least.
While ago saw this video by defunctland about the Millennium Dome in London, now known as The O2.
I utterly fell in love with The O2 in 2007, when it was redeveloped and opened under that name. So architecturally immense, it's like being in an airport x10. So was really surprised to learn about it's troubled background, wouldn't have imagined it was hated.
This was by 2000th tweet here, didn't realise.
This is legit important to me because when I was younger I was really embarrassed about liking Wall-E, and didn't have the confidence to tell people it was my fav thing ever because I feared having to defend myself, to the extent I never figured out how to actually vocally say the title of the movie.
Some Takahata style anime yeah
Haven't read it, but I remember years ago finding this at a book shop "Switched On", an account of someone going under experimental Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation that cures autism momentarily
"Neurodiversity: Just Say No" (2007) interesting obscure article I found arguing for the case of curing autism http://jonathans-stories.com/non-fiction/neurodiv.html