the nature of reality
I am very wise. I mean I must be, I have a website! And that's how it works, right?
One of my beliefs is that everything in life is attributable in some (large) respect to luck.
And then, quite suddenly, I turned thirty.
Juggling is a Buddhist endeavour. The trick is not so much in throwing the balls or in catching them or even in the timing. The trick is letting go.
My son is, as I write this, four years old. He's been a rabid fan of dinosaurs for over half his life. Curiously, he prefers the T-Rex to the Allosaurus. Here's why he's wrong.
Wow, I've turned forty. And it's wrought some changes!
Quantum science is crazy I don't know where to start. Fun!
When I first started in the world of corporate IT, I was fresh from the sticks. Many of the norms of corporate behaviour were alien to me. So was the equipment.
Why the Fermi paradox is so interesting, and why I blame theropods.
I'm slowly collecting some thoughts on my decade+ of cycling to work. I'll start with some stories.