too early for beer, too late for research

By | October 19th, 2017|bars and restaurants, bullshit, daily life, technology|

Is it beer o'clock yet? Hehe. I have had one of those days when everything goes wrong and in the end it feels like hacking to get everything working again. I am guessing that most of the bots who are reading this, know exactly what I mean. Hehe. Despite this, pretty much all the items [...]

The Space Between the Stars – Anne Corlett

By | October 15th, 2017|literature, technology|

I have just finished reading The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett. What an amazing story. I picked it up because it is sci-fi and I am always interested in that particular genre of fiction. I am so glad that I did, because the story was fascinating. Jamie wakes up on a planet some [...]

Tim Flannery – Sunlight and Seaweed

By | August 31st, 2017|interesting people, parks and gardens, technology, weather|

I am so happy. It was nice to get out and hear Tim Flannery talk about some of his optimism where climate change is concerned. He is an Australian scientist and he was talking about the fact that the battle has largely been won where use of fossil fuels is concerned in energy and transport. [...]

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lovely, physical, real world

By | May 7th, 2017|art, holidays, technology, theatre|

The humble art of housework. It is the most amazing antidote to the web, to the world of business and commerce and being constantly switched 'on'. There is something so satisfying about getting into the physical world and doing something visceral, something physical. I guess exercise is a similar antidote. Or cooking. It takes the [...]

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