I have a hard time doing nothing. Really good, honest nothing or as comedian Micky Flanagan so eloquently refers to it ‘proper f*&k all’. I think it is becoming a lost art. A time of consciousness when the brain just lapses into a low current mode. Dulled senses, nothing processed, zero output. I really did have a good try at this today. Pottering is about as close as I can get. Half heartedly bumbling through some nonsensical tasks in an inefficient manner. My brain is clearly running slower when I’m pottering, but its stuttering, like there’s bad fuel in the engine. It still wants to keep going.
If the site looks a bit different today then it’s because I moved it. Nothing ever goes as smoothly as you expect, especially in the world of technology. So sorry about that. I’m doing my best. Unfortunately my best is mediocre.
Following a recent trend, I thought I would write a haiku about WordPress migration.
my files like autumn leaves
where is my domain
Well well, tempus fugit and all that. Its been a full couple of weeks and I’ve been catching up on a few side projects, which have unfortunately pushed my ‘bloggerhythms’ down the priority list. The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice that the week numbering has mysteriously vanished from the post title. A cunning piece of trickery to evade the calendar police. Or the witless cover-up of a lazy man fumbling his past due submissions into the editor’s inbox. Read More
So I missed 2 weeks. Well I figured it’s probably not going to bother my devoted public of 2 or 3 kind friends who read this on the toilet when they’ve run out of Facebook updates. I’ll also give you a free life tip: Don’t set deadlines to things you enjoy.. I actually worried about not delivering my ‘blog’ on time to an imaginary target I set for myself. Like life isn’t stressful enough.
A lot has been happening this week on the little island of Singapore. It’s not often that your journey to work gets disrupted by a North Korean dictator. Well unless you live in Pyongyang, where it’s probably a daily event. Then again if you do live in Pyongyang and you are reading this… Welcome friend, this is the Internet. Read More
What is this anyway?
FourTunes is a selection of 4 songs, loosely coupled to a theme of my choosing. New music, beloved classics and rediscovered gems of joy. I use Spotify to compile the playlists and have included some product reviews of audio equipment I have found to be good! if you like what you hear, please subscribe and feel free to leave me comments or suggestions.