Start at the top, go to the bottom, end. You can do this on www.aquarionics.com, the 15 year home of this venerable institution. Or something. But you can also have articles spoon-fed to your receptacle of choice with one of

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Hmm. I may not have actually left the house since the last update, which is a fairly bad state of affairs. Not one I’ll repeat this week. Most of my free time has been spent attempting forced relaxation (You *will*

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It took three vans hired by three people, a medium sized one, a large one, and then a small one. It took eight people. It took a week. We’ve finally moved into Oxford into our new flat. Currently unnamed, but

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A Greek Sheild Wall, at Odyssey. Photo by Charlotte Moss for Profound Decisions

Last couple of weeks have been a little hectic, and the next couple seem to continue this trend. So: Work Shifted to a new primary project at work for the first time in quite a while. Enjoying new challenges, and

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August is shaping up to be a busy month. Work ramped up, both sides of the coin, after a time-bomb screwup I made several weeks ago suddenly got trodden on, and the other side hit deadline week. Trying to keep

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I moved to London in January 2007. I’d quit my job in Bedford with nothing really to go for, save a feeling that it was time to move on, and got a job for Hotxt (later Trutap) in London the

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[I left this in my out-tray. I’m an idiot] One of those. I learnt a new thing! I played with Aftereffects for several dozen hours, learning how enough bits of it work to make something, and produced a new video

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Platform, taken by Scott Liddell. Used with permission from Morguefile.com

Yesterday, I was on a tube train that stopped suddenly. I’d left work early, to avoid the tube strike, and had a fairly busy but not terrible journey from Farringdon around the Circle line up to King’s Cross, and eventually

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I approach character generation with the tools of an A-Level drama student, the blueprints of a Narrativist, and the min-maxing skills of the average pot of superglue. Generally, we start with a few anchor points. In today’s case, the starting

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