One Monday this week I started a PhD course. I figured it might be a nice thing to write down my thoughts in this blog.
I have recently seen some discussion about the use of night mode tech, and had the thought that developers ought to get together and standardise its use, seeing as how commonplace it has become.
I thought I would share some tips on how to cut down the amount of time spent on social media, and why you might want to do so.
Here are some helpful tips for getting the most out of your new Virgin Media “Super” Hub 3, based on my experiences dealing with it and my findings from a lot of searching through internet forums.
I was recently on holiday in France. Here I share some of the photos from this.
I am of the firm belief that party politics sucks. It’s not of any benefit to people or the democracy. These are some reasons why independent candidate politics should be encouraged.
Valve’s Terrible Decisions, chapter… who’s even counting anymore.
DRM, digital rights management, is the term used to describe attempts to control the use and ownership of digital media post-purchase. I think that this is a pretty poor practice, and will detail some reasons why.
In the wake of Data Collection getting some discussion in the media, and greater scrutiny by governmental bodies, I felt that there was perhaps too much focus on Facebook, and that something that Google has been doing has just skirted past everyone’s minds.
Recently there was a spate of good weather, and given that one of the hot days fell on a weekend I decided to take the time to enjoy one of the few days of warmth Scotland will see during the year. Given I had recently serviced my bike, I wanted to take it for a ride all around the town I live in, Glenrothes, Fife.
I’ve read two novels now, translated to English from Japanese, that seem to form a very strange genre, or perhaps its better described as a unique way of telling the story. The best thing I can think to call them are generational stories. Here are my thoughts.