Sci-Fi – a vision of the past

Contrary to the stereotypes of everyone who works outside of the world of IT, I'm not a big Sci-Fi fan. I adore the work of Douglas Adams, but the typical Star Wars/Star Trek kind of thing leaves me cold. I'm more into gritty, contemporary drama than journeys to outer solar systems. There is a commonly … Continue reading Sci-Fi – a vision of the past

Weeknote 570: Best Laid Plans

This week I have learned: a series of little red lines can still really scupper an entire weeklistening ≠ hearinglower league football is terrific funhowever, weekend train journeys aren'ta room reshuffle is suprisingly energisingmy goodness modern digital pianos are things of beautythere's an opportunity for more game creatingand also an exciting new way to publish … Continue reading Weeknote 570: Best Laid Plans

Weeknote 568: replanning

This week I have learned: that I do think I've cracked the bread baking. Who knew ice cubes were the answer?that I had a surprising prior knowledge of most of the key moments in the early days of drum and bass (courtesy of Renegade Snares)that in person events set against a largely online calendar cause … Continue reading Weeknote 568: replanning

Weeknote 567 – signs of momentum

This week I have learned: just when you thought the politics couldn't get any more contemptible, we have a crack down on train announcementsthat progress comes when you devolve powerthat I'm exploring the joy of the Amen break again"it's bad" doesn't universally motivatepressure exerts in strange waysa next level of bread making Next week: consolidation … Continue reading Weeknote 567 – signs of momentum