Okay. I just had to link to this disturbingly simple guide to saving me a small bucket of money. Those of you who have had the pleasure of my acquaintance are well aware that my love of microwave popcorn knows no bounds. Photo Credit: Ayelie Prior to my deciding that running the occasional marathon was… Continue reading Popcorn Fansquee!
Food is something I constantly struggle with. Be it getting enough of the right type, not eating too much of the wrong stuff, or even just finding something I can be bothered cooking for myself. I live alone and try to get away with as little expenditure of time and money on food as is… Continue reading Experimenting with Dinner
Following from my previous post, I have actually been doing a moderate amount of writing on my overly long daily commute. Sadly, finding the time to transfer it from.my phone to my pc and then edit it has been less easy It would seem then that the easiest solution is to blog straight from my… Continue reading Blogging From My Mobile
Earlier this week my travel arrangements underwent an involuntary upheaval. Now, instead of spending about an hour a day on the train napping, I have the pleasure of spending over two hours a day on a bus not able to nap. Not effectively at any rate. And not without risking missing my stop. Once I… Continue reading Can catching the bus cure my blogging drought?
This will be my last post at Divided Answers – I’m moving the full archive over to Integrated Questions and then, hopefully, diving back in to some regular blogging. Check out my post over at IQ regarding the changes.
“It’s possible that he really does think the foreign governments coming out against him are wrong, that Google is far more evil than his own policies, that Australian banks don’t actually encrypt their customers’ data, and that sticking with his policies will get him and Labor re-elected. In which case, he should resign and hand… Continue reading ZDnet on Conroy
Sadly, I do not believe that the numbers add up for the viability of getting Magnesium Games up and running at this time. It’s funny how much an individual’s situation can change in six months. When I started work on MgG, I was working 30 hours a week and had almost no financial commitments. Six… Continue reading Sometimes The Numbers Don’t Work