Monthly Archives: July 2011

I have decided not to take it as a sign

So I went to the doctor with chest pains this morning. I wasn’t unduly worried. I put it down to ten straight days working combined with goodness knows how many nights of not getting enough sleep (possibly my worst habit … Continue reading

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Twitter

Sean Lock has an opinion on Twitter, of which I have yet to see much contradictory evidence. Bowdlerising it slightly, he has said that Twitter is for people who don’t know when to shut the hell up, even when they’re … Continue reading

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A new arrival

For a long time, eight years now, I have had four children. I have become accustomed to having four children. They are the very framework of my life. Now, however, suddenly, almost overnight, I have five children. Unlike my other … Continue reading

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Tightrope walking

Working life can be such a delicate balance. I’m sure that if you love your job, or if you work as something with innate worth like a doctor or a teacher, then the fundamental reason for you doing what you … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. After you read this, you should delete and write your own post, with a new title above. Or hit Add New on the left (of the admin dashboard) to start a fresh post. Here are some suggestions … Continue reading

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Senseless security stupidity

My company has introduced an internal, business-based social network system along the lines of Facebook. I know, give me strength. It’s so people all around the world who work for the organisation can exchange ideas and solutions. What a glorious … Continue reading

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