Journalling

Dispatches: Friday 06/Aug/21

I picked up a new Moleskine notebook the other day. They make wonderfully tactile notebooks. They just feel right. I also like to start my year in September. In fact, I consider the year to be about three parts. There’s September through Christmas, then after new year to summer, then summer and back around again. […]

Journalling

Dispatches: 19th May, 2021

This field probably got tainted by the likes of Erik von Daniken, but I do find it fascinating and have long considered that myths and legends come from something that actually happened. The study of it is called ‘Geomythology’: American volcanologist Dorothy Vitaliano coined the term in a 1967 lecture (basing her ideas on those […]

Voyager 2 in Lego
Journalling

Dispatches: 10th May, 2021

Ever wanted to know how an internal combustion engine works in detail? Bartosz Ciechanowski has a fascinatingly detailed breakdown of each part, how they all fit together and even how each part interacts with the other parts. Beautifully diagrammed “Unchallenged for decades, the internal combustion engines in cars are slowly being supplanted by their electric […]

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Painful Work

Working on something that you don’t quite fully understand, don’t have the time before delivery date to get to understand, yet need to implement as if you understand is really painful. It actually gets me down. It’s painful work. It often arises as a result of being unable to complete some other task that you […]