Archive: December 2002

I am a gamer. That is, I spend much of my spare time (as much – if not more – as I spend Writing, Coding and reading) playing computer games. At the moment, I am playing Unreal 2003, Medieval: Total…

I went to Bath yesterday. This was a more important trip than it seems for several reasons. The first is merely the most obvious: I was terrified. Bath is a wonderful, beautiful city. I could spend hours wandering around taking…

Okay, So that would be definitions of “Tonight” that match Thursday,. Well, they share one of the same letters… Last night was the office Christmas party, where I drank a significant amount of London Pride, ate some of a significantly…

Okay, In a move that will no doubt please all those livejournal users who have failed to see the last weeks articles because they read it via LJ’s RSS feeds thing, Aquarionics is now serving RSS – and, of course,…

ANN-2002-12-15: America Launches Operation Dessert Storm. Last night, President George W Bush announced his intention to bombard the middle east with the only non-nuclear capable weaponry his country has left. “To basicize”, he announce this morning, “We have securityfied the…

Sing Hey for the sun, and Ho for the moon, for the archives have returned, And done before June 🙂

Okay, so in the course of work (developing games for mobile phones for the next week and a bit) I’ve been playing with GPRS and watching the news in the mobile world. The ideal is somewhere near Paul’s vision, in…

The general idea is that every week I write, and publish here, a short story of some kind. I have to get back to writing fiction somehow, and the Panto seems to have fallen over. If I can’t think of…

Just when you thought Pottermania had gone (You wish. Wait until the next book comes out) somebody pays £28,000 for clues to the next book. But this isn’t the bad thing. According to Jakob Nielsen, In the Future, We’ll All…

Powers of Ten View the Milky Way at 10 million light years from the Earth. Then move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach a tall oak tree just outside the buildings of the…