With the world still in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic I’ve seen more people starting up side-hustles or become solopreneurs. I applaud their bravery and hope that their labors are fruitful. At the same time I have a bone to pick with a small group who portray their services in less than honest ways.… Continue reading The Mis-Marketing of Possibilities
With almost 9 months down and a little over 3 to go, it’s time for another check-in. I’m doing this check-in about 6 weeks after Brunei re-introduced restrictions to combat a 2nd wave of COVID this time including the Delta variant. Things are a lot stricter than they were the first time around and tensions… Continue reading Three-Quarter-Year Check-In
This is my Asus Zenbook UX 303. I bought it in 2015 when I desperately needed a new laptop. Prior to that I was using a Dell Inspiron 700m running Windows XP (which still works!) but it was getting harder to do web development work on it. I look fondly upon my Zenbook because we… Continue reading And now the hero may rest
Well, it’s been a while. Setting up this site was always meant to be a place for me to test out new web-development things in a WordPress eco-system. And we all know how much WordPress has changed lately from pushing Gutenberg to (finally) updating jQuery. With this (soft) relaunch it’s out with the Classic Editor… Continue reading 4 years on…
Searching for activities that Rejuvenate me.
A few years ago I downloaded a free calculator App that requested access to the Location Services (i.e. the GPS functionality on my phone). I’m paranoid around my privacy so I thought that was really strange. But it doesn’t compare to how some apps are trying to invade my privacy by offering services they were… Continue reading Respect my Privacy, please: When Apps are Crapp
This featured podcast puts one of modern Christianity’s most controversial figures at centre stage.
My weeks fill themselves with work and other activities. Weekends remind me Life is more than just work.
On realizing there are better ways to spend my energy than punching a stone wall
How to solve the problem of “Not Doing Enough” with Perfectionism. Or not…