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📷 Black and White

February 5, 2023 - By

This already feels like “the one that got away”. Black and White photography is a favourite to be a viewer of, and I have enjoyed... View Article

The Obligation to Learn

January 28, 2023 - By

I should learn more stuff. So should you! In my youth if I needed to learn something specific I had to travel somewhere; usually a... View Article

📷 Bass Photography

January 21, 2023 - By

In this week’s 52 Frames challenge we had to photograph our hobby – I refuse to do a meta posting on photography, which leaves only... View Article

📷 Self Portraits

January 5, 2023 - By

This is week 1 in the 52frames.com annual challenge. I have found it so helpful to have an assignment and the accountability of friends also... View Article

Exploring AI 2021

October 14, 2021 - By

I spoke in Chapel today at Crossroads, and began with this video, titling my talk “Deep Calls to Deep” (citing a classic Bible verse from... View Article

A quieter, more private web

January 7, 2021 - By

It’s a noisy world isn’t it? The conflict, confusion, and controversies of 2020 continue (published on March 283rd, 2020). As a result I am all-but... View Article

Clipboard Managers

May 19, 2020 - By

The clipboard is one of the most under-appreciated functions of any computer; when you paste anything it’s the clipboard you have to thank. In my... View Article

Webflow vs. OOCSS

May 14, 2020 - By

Webflow and the #nocode movement rubbed me the wrong way when I first heard of them. There are few things I enjoy more than writing... View Article

Onyx Boox Max3

May 4, 2020 - By

Early adopters and the eccentric will know all too well that you can’t always try a new piece of technology before buying it – sometimes... View Article

Ergonomic writing setup

April 20, 2020 - By

It’s sobering to think that the daily computer ergonomics I practice now will have massive impact over which decade of my life I’ll no longer... View Article

Remote Work as a Tool

April 2, 2020 - By

For me remote work has been an incredible tool. For over a decade working from home has been a once-a-week necessity. I have called it... View Article

Funcussion: The defining moment of 2019

January 29, 2020 - By

Imagine opening your eyes and finding yourself unexpectedly in the foyer of a hospital. You’re alone. It’s suddenly night time, but your internal clock says it should be afternoon. How would you feel in that moment?

The Four Day Week

November 25, 2018 - By

In 2010 I began to dream about working a four day week. “What could be better than long weekends every week!?” I would ask my wife. At... View Article