How Pinterest prevented me “acting a fool”

Posted on Jul 3, 2015

When I was a student I had a thing about building a library of art books that looked cool (and I would occasionally thumb through for inspiration). To be fair quite a lot of money went into building up my bookshelf. I would buy art books all the time. Especially if they were discounted. Once I […]

Online commenting

Posted on Sep 29, 2013

A collection of interesting approaches to online commenting

The Kindle Fire was designed for Brits

Posted on Aug 5, 2013

The sun shone for nearly one whole month in England (and the rest of Europe). This was met with joy by 99% of the population. However, I suddenly found myself searching for dark corners in order to continue reading my Kindle Fire and other similar devices. The contrast in the media I was consuming was […]

Does anybody apart from a techie know what a QR code is?

Posted on Jul 2, 2013

In a recent trip I saw a billboard with a huge QR code printed on the front. The person I was with had absolutely no clue what the purpose of it was. But I did. QR codes have been emerging for a long, long time. They were initially designed by the Toyota group in 1994 […]