I am very engaged in politics and I do vote whenever I can. I never waste my vote, even if I don’t agree with any of the candidates standing, I’ll still vote for the least awful option. In my mind a spoiled ballot paper or a no show at the voting booth is a truly
I’ve been a Garmin 310XT and Connect, their web platform for monitoring and managing your GPS activities, for some time now, but I’d never actually used all the available features. Features such as Multi-Sport, seeing an outing later this year when I actually attempt a triathlon, and Courses, a feature that allows you to create
The UK election has been held, the results gathered rather messily, and whatever your political beliefs or your preferred voting system, the election has been held and the results are in. However what we are seeing in these past few days is something that really concerns me, something that not many other people seem concerned
Before I moved jobs I was going through a large piece of work on Learning Management Migration, specifically around content, and I became very aware of the importance of involving the teams who will be using the new LMS in the testing and verification of the system. Not only does it allow them to understand
Now straight away I’m going to say that this is a recount of the story that has happened to my father which he told me over the phone last night, a fuller account will come as he calms down from the stress and me from the anger, for this is a disgraceful situation for Scottish
I really like this shot and shows what can be done with my crappy little mobile phone camera. It’s not worked out too badly and the sunset colours just weren’t in the raw mobile picture, it was all dark blues. A quick bit of Picknik work and it’s come out wonderfully well. I wish I’d
This was really dark, but with the mobile phone on the wrong settings and some help from Picknik online, the picture has come out rather well. Not so sure it shows all the detail of the freezing fog hanging over the Forth, but I like it.
A mobile shot of the sun setting over the west of Edinburgh from Craiglockhart hill during the snowfall.
Recently the Airbus A380, the world’s largest commercial airliner, visited Edinburgh with a superb approach and go manoeuvre which was something to behold. It also visited Prestwick and the Dublin air show. To publicise the event they had a Twitter account, obviously to keep people informed, attract more people and build a media buzz around
It’s time to give a little update on the running situation, rather than bore people with updates after every run, I’ve held off to write about every new stage. However time has once again beaten me and here I find myself several weeks on. The main surprise though is hoe much I’m enjoying it and