Every year is eventful in its own way. I’m looking back over the last 12 months to reflect a little on what went down in 2018.
I originally started a private blog years ago to make note of useful development bits and pieces. Nowadays there’s a little of everything here, from development and digital news to gaming and guitar stuff.
Rather than “new year, new me”, I just want to set some goals for 2019, and doing it publicly keeps me accountable!
I’ve always been curious about streaming, and with the recent release of a game I’d backed on Kickstarter it seemed like the perfect chance.
I’m using Lent as an excuse to try and break some bad habits and form some good ones – and making it public keeps me accountable!
A lesser spotted ‘weekly’ reading list appears! Some happy moments in a hectic week, with a little self-promotion scattered in for good measure.
Graphic designer Beeple has created a piece of art every day as a self-set challenge for the past 10 years. Show-off.
On Tuesday we headed to Glug Leeds #4, looking forward to seeing passionate speakers share their stories and knowledge. Did the event measure up?
Star Wars meets Christmas this year, so I’ve put together a short list of junk from around the Internet to celebrate.
Everything is going digital, from media to ordering a taxi. Why not Christmas?
After setting myself a goal of taking part in a 5k run, the big day rolls around. I find out how my preparation – and committing to a goal – help me on the day.
I’ve only gone and done it – I registered for a 5k race, finished it and survived. Not only that, but I was pleased with my time – the aching legs were totally worth it. It all started with a Japanese Daruma.
As the year draws to a close, I’m giving a few of my far-fetched predictions for tech and the digital world in 2015.