Aiming to put my iPhone in my pocket, missing, and then accidentally standing on it after it's hit the ground = not a desperately good start to the day.
Anyone know how easy it is to replace (or get replaced) an iPhone screen, or could this be the excuse I need to (finally) get round to upgrading from a 3 to a 4 (G or S)?
Current plans for Tuesday 29th November:
8:30am - collect wristband for Torchwood signing from HMV (presumably after queueing for a while).
2:00pm - get iPhone screen replaced
18:00 - get Torchwood DVD signed.
Anyone in or around London want to help me fill in the extra hours with meet & geek stuff? I've also got all of the next day off for the following day's Brilliant Doctor Who Book signing at Forbidden Planet, so similarly, anyone want to meet up?
In other news - with less than a week to go, HMV and Westfield Stratford have finally confirmed details of a Doctor Who series 6 DVD/Blu-Ray signing - featuring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and the lesser spotted Arthur Darvill - plus Q&A talk thing. Man, I'd love to go, but I've just booked a couple of days off work to do the Torchwood/Brilliant Book signings, and to be honest, I can't 100% justify the cost of the DVD (although as I've got slightly more in my account than I thought I had, it's sort of tempting). But really - confirming an event about six days ahead of it happening? I mean, it had been vaguely mentioned as happening in DWM, then appeared for a day on the HMV website before vanishing again swiftly...most people, I suspect, are unlikely to commit to an event like this without pretty definite confirmation that it's happening, particularly as it's going to involve booking time off work (or bunking off school..?). I can't help suspecting that this one might be poorly attended. Between that and the overpriced Official Doctor Who Convention (Massive Events' 11th Hour seems like a far better deal), the BBC aren't exactly doing themselves any favours right now...