Age of loneliness

According to the recent census the UK was a nation of single homes.  At the time of the last census, I wasn’t one of those

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Voter Blindness

Close your eyes for a moment and think about who you’re voting for in the general election. Done that? Bet you any money you like,

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Buy a ticket

There’s this line in ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ about having to buy a ticket in order to win.  Yeah, I know, somewhat silly but my inner

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The grief roller coaster

You think you’ve gotten through it.  You think the gut thumping heaving sobs you’ve endured long into the night have all but washed you out

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Death and taxes

On Friday 21st of November 2014 I’ll be laying my dad to rest.  It really doesn’t quite feel like it was two and a half

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Dad

On Wednesday evening, at about 22:40 GMT my dad moved onto his next great adventure.  I hope wherever he is, he is free of pain,

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Light

The other day I tweeted that a year ago I was freaking out at the prospect of major surgery, I was very single and stuck

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Why tech?

Anyone who knows me, knows that I’m equal parts geek and nerd.  To those who don’t know me, they are often shocked when I start

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MVP or MK3?

As mentioned previously, I’m researching for the conference I’m talking at.  This means reading, a lot (nothing new there).  What is new is my reading

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