Every morning I get up and make three cups of tea. One normal tea with milk, one weak tea with soya-light milk, one biscuit tea...
When you're writing for the web, for "your audience", for SEO, you're not being honest. Screw the clickbait, the polish, the listicle. Tell me about...
"You’re probably becoming more of an asshole, but you’re also probably sadder... your ability to know the world, to know truth, has been degraded,...
There are times when I feel trapped in a life of domesticity. With countless ties pulling me away from the freedom to just disappear, go,...
I recently read Cal Newport's latest book Digital Minimalism - On Living Better with Less Technology after being one of the volunteers who agreed to...
I'm loving what Switching Social is trying to do. You can stop using Facebook, Instagram, Google, you really can!
I mean, it’s sort of like a cult of personality. It’s like in North Korea or some regime where the religion is your purpose...
As you might know, in January I decided to pull the plug on all non-essential internet and web hee-haws. I’d had an email from...
An old school friend whom I'd not spoken to for years suddenly connected with me. We'd spent a long time together as teens. Life...
I've just got into an argument with somebody, I'm confused by all of the options and I'm not sure if you'll still want to...
Now that the clocks have gone forward and the days are getting longer I'm starting to plan some holiday and adventures for the spring...
Photo: Duncan Hull This post is one that I really wanted to get down in digital ink, or pixels, and share. Let me be...
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