https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15kWlTrpt5k Today is the first of four general history posts. I could begin with some words on my love of Madge (up until 1992 when it all went a bit introverted, with a brief Ray of Light back in 1998) or perhaps it would be better focusing on an interest in Japanese culture this video … Continue reading Rain
This is #Blogmas, and welcome to a month's worth of posts which are supposed to act as a shop window for the site and my content. All the images you'll see this month are pulled, in roughly historical order, from the archives of various websites, pages and social media forum in which I have existed, … Continue reading Negotiations and Love Songs
Those of you paying attention will notice that the website looks a bit different to the way it did on Wednesday. I'm quite pleased not only with the layout, but that it also allows room for expansion and addition going forward. Now, it is time to fill it with suitable content. #Blogmas is planned and … Continue reading Welcome to the Cheap Seats
After due consideration, our content for December is now finalised. I'm going to use December to re-introduce myself to the World in general via the medium of #Blogmas. It might grab me some new readers, which is never a bad thing. It also gives a buffer for existing content to be built up (see last Friday's … Continue reading The Closing of the Year
Life on most days is the process of getting from Point A to Point B with the least loss to integrity or quality. In the moments when that becomes a problem, there's now Social media to record all the lurid highlights. Blogging has become a lost art: most people are only interested if the process … Continue reading Sliding Doors
Twitter have been working hard over the past few months to clean up their act: removing fake accounts, discounting locked accounts from follower numbers and all manner of tomfoolery is being employed in an attempt to make our timelines more representative of reality. Except all this work is largely pointless when you think all a … Continue reading Who are You?
'Why do you write?' Sometimes, it is compulsion: a injustice observed, moment recalled or future imagined. Often the urge strikes at an inopportune moment. It's why a notepad and pencil have more significance than transcribing into the Cloud or dictating into an iPhone. Whilst fingers can grasp an implement, the default is always a pencil, … Continue reading Promenade