Author Archives: Gordon

About Gordon

Long time blogger, geek of many things, random photographer and writer of nonsense. Doing my best to find a balance.

Hacking creativity

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It’s been a few months since I moved to my new abode and as I’ve been focussing more on me (physical and mental health wise) I’ve ended up falling into some habits which are due to the change of living space and adapting to a new layout of room. When… Read more »

Weekend Reading

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Another shitty week of news. A racist President, Nazis, terror attack in Barcelona. It’s not always easy steering the line through knowledge and despair. As ever, I’m staying away from such news here. Not because I don’t care, but because I need an outlet where it isn’t always front and… Read more »

Sloshed

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I joined Hospital Radio Lennox when I was 16, primarily to complete the community service section of my Boys Brigade Queens badge, but I’ll admit the idea of being a ‘DJ’ tapped into my love of music. That plus the fact that a friend was already doing the same thing… Read more »

Edinburgh Fringe

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Every year I head through to Edinburgh for a day or two during the madness of the festival season. Ostensibly I’m there to catch up with my friends as one of them works at the Tattoo every year, and it’s a good excuse to enjoy some beers and random fringe… Read more »

Weekend Reading

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In Defense of Rachel and Joey (with tweets) A well reasoned argument about why Joey should’ve ended up with Rachel (and why Ross is an asshole). 100 tweets in Storify format. Interesting reading this so long after Friends aired. I’m more aware now than then and WOW, Ross is a… Read more »

Let the gigs begin

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I mentioned the upcoming run of gigs I have and last Friday was the next on the list. I’d been off work a few days beforehand and if I’m honest I probably should’ve stayed at home and rested, but sometimes you just have to push through. YOLO! And so me… Read more »

Weekend Reading

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Short this week due to spending a couple of days sleeping, vomiting, sleeping, vomiting… Winamp’s woes: How the greatest MP3 player undid itself As many of us are busy crafting the perfect playlist for grilling outdoors, most likely such labor is happening on a modern streaming service or within iTunes…. Read more »

July in Review

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Lived Highlights TRNSMT Festival: Radiohead Six by Nico: Route 66 Attended the Death Do Us Part Danger Show – including getting up on stage and pulling a sword from the mouth of Rachel Atlas Pizza at Paesno with some BootCampers (and Paesno continues to make me ‘meh’) Survived a Subcrawl!… Read more »

Subcrawled

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Not everyone is aware that Glasgow has a subway system. It doesn’t have the cachet of the London Underground, the Paris Metro, or the sprawling NYC system, but it’s been shoogling people around since 1896. And I do mean “around” as there are only two lines on the Glasgow Subway,… Read more »