Weekend Reading

A few things that I’ve read this week, you might enjoy them too: How Indie Rock Changed the World Two decades before a bunch of geeky American boys messing around on computers created social media, an earlier generation of geeky kids (mostly boys) messing around on guitars created another sort of social network.Read: http://ift.tt/1Eij6Se Body,

The Wait

He sits down and carefully places the cold glass on the table. He squirms on the wooden chair, trying to get comfortable as he slowly looks around, taking in the clientele as some vaguely hip electronica burbles from the speaker above his head. He wonders if he's chosen the best seat, the window offers a

Pieces of you

Your golden brown skin hides so much from me, dry and flaking it repulses me at first, pushes me away, but I know the wonders that lie underneath. Never judge a book by it's ageing, dead cover. Inside is where your true meaning is found, your curves offer movement, your sharpness brings me to tears.

Weekend Reading

A few things that I’ve read this week, you might enjoy them too: Playground Purgatory ANNA: Is that your little guy over there? SARA: Yeah, that’s Sebastian. Read: http://ift.tt/1IvipwR B.B. King’s Best Songs: A Playlist B.B. King, who died Thursday night at age 89, was a famous blues star in an age that had mostly

Over not Down

It's been over a year since I last mentioned my podcast listening habits, since then I've changed what app I use and the list of my subscriptions has changed too. Over not Down When I started using Downcast it was largely because it was available as both iOS and OSX apps, and sync'd well between

The Coffee Shop

A welcome cliché. Tourists mingle with the eclectic mix of locals; students revel in their dishevelment, bleary eyed passers-by, shoppers planning their raids, hipsters hiding behind headphones and signal red socks. The air is every sense. Rich bitter coffee, sweet cakes and savoury pastries, reflections from the pavement puddles and the cloud scrolled light, Sound upon

Weekend Reading

A few things that I've read this week, you might enjoy them too: Why One Life Hack Can Change Everything. The Way We Do Anything is the Way We Do Everything. When I first heard this phrase 17 years ago, it took a few moments to really sink in. I thought to myself: that makes

A night in the office

There he goes, walking through the Final Portal, leaving me here in this office again. I always get a little flashback ss the doors swing shut, back to my Delivery Day which feels so long ago now, the day I said goodbye to the Transporter - a large and kind van that wished everyone well

No Big Deal

It’s early evening. Two men sit In a car parked outside a warehouse. They are deep in conversation. “It’s definitely a sliding scale, right? I mean things that are important to you might not be important to me so how do I decide?” “Are you telling me you can’t decide what’s important in your life?

The Truth About Polyamory

Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory. Each month, the PMM bloggers will write about their views on one of them. Links to all posts can be found at www.polymeansmany.com. I tend to research new things. I like to have a sense of what I’m getting, whether it’s buying a new car, starting a