Weekend Reading

Quick poll: anyone still reading these? Lemme know in the comments please. Anyway, enough about me, on with the good stuff. Missing Scientist Found Hiding in Drug Lab Officers say that they could hear the man yelling in the basement the moment they entered the Morgan’s home.  But when they moved cautiously into the basement

Weekend Reading

Every week I have to think about something to write as an introduction. Sometimes I just can't be bothered though and wanna post the links. That ok? Yeah? Cool. Here ya go! Ohhh and whilst there is an article on Trigger Warnings, I should probably also point out the same for the article on Depression.

Weekend Reading

A quieter week, but hopefully a few things that might pique your interest! The Almost Perfect World War II Plot To Bomb Japan With Bats Mexican Free-tailed bats spill out of Bracken Cave in Texas. (Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service) Imagine: a quiet, tense night in the middle of wartime. A plane rips through the

Taking stock

You know that thing where your brain grabs hold of something, an event, a thought, a desire or loathing, and then twists it and wrings it out and leaves it floating around in your brain as either the best thing ever or the worst thing in the world? Yeah? OK, so it’s usually the latter

Weekend Reading

There are upsides to not being employed, I'm reading a lot more which means you get even more random articles and stuff this weekend. Whilst I have your attention, I've been pondering doing this as a weekly email if there is enough interest, let me know in the comments if you are! The guys behind

Embracing change

Given recent events, I’ve had a few weeks of free time/garden leave and if I’m being honest with myself, I’ve probably not done everything I could with them. Of course I’ve had some things to think about, finding a new job being a not inconsiderable part of that, but on a personal level I’m trying

The Magic Number

Three That’s the magic number Yes it is It’s the magic number Todays earworm is brought to you by De La Soul - The Magic Number. News comes in threes, or so we are told, and they are usually all grouped together. Two not so good things have happened? Ohh look out because ‘bad news

Weekend Reading

Another week, and I'm still reading loads of random crap... who knew there was so much stuff on the internet?! How to design an enduring logo: Lessons from IBM and Paul Rand Many tech companies these days obsess over constantly redesigning and tweaking their logos. In that context, IBM’s 43-year-old logo is veritably the branding