No. 45 Vol. 1 Wed 25 October 2023 Price: 0/0d
  • Musings on Meekness >> Sun 13 March 2022 [sr]

    Some thoughts on meekness. Is it pacifism or something better?

  • A Socially Isolated Message >> Mon 06 December 2021 [yarn]

    What for me will be the most enduring image of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • WintoLin: Making Windows more like Linux >> Wed 01 December 2021 [hdid]

    Commercial demands mean sometimes one must return to Windows, here are some ways to bring over some of what you might miss from Linux.

  • Screenshot Showcase for November 2021 >> Tue 30 November 2021 [devlog]

    How is my desktop? November 2021.

  • The Belligerent Bin >> Mon 29 November 2021 [yarn]

    You should always view a property before moving, but no-one says to check the bins.

  • Announcing RSRU R2 >> Sun 28 November 2021 [devlog] has reached its second release.

  • Fine times with the PineTime >> Sat 13 November 2021 [hdid]

    The PineTime smartwatch. Should you get one, and if you do, how do you first make it work with your smartphone? Read here for answers to both.

  • Girls and Boys by Blur >> Sat 06 November 2021 [tanl]

    This is the opening track from the Parklife album. It is more than a mere dance piece.

  • Potatodom and Potatoism >> Sat 23 October 2021 [tales]

    A parody of certain religious attitudes using potatoes. Here is a study of the tenets and history of potatoism.

  • Bitter Coin >> Sun 17 October 2021 [devlog]

    The woes of near-misses, as told by the blockchain.

  • Opening the Armoury >> Wed 06 October 2021 [yarn]

    A story from my university days of a run-in with the head of IT.

  • Fireside in the Shire >> Sun 26 September 2021 [tanl]

    Sharing some things that were noticed when reading the opening scenes of the Fellowship of the Ring.

  • Peculiar Sightings of Birds, Part I >> Sat 25 September 2021 [yarn]

    There are few creatures quite as industrious as the bird. A few of their deeds are shared here.

  • The Road by Bilbo Baggins >> Sun 05 September 2021 [tanl]

    It is too tempting to rush through the lines of verse in these books. Yet I find even this one provoking.

  • Facial Phrases >> Sat 04 September 2021 [tanl]

    Here are some facial phrases found through my literary (and televised) travels.

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