I’ve been noticing references to Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared online for years, but I never got around to checking it out for myself — until now. Continue reading “What To Watch On YouTube: Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared”
Continuing from last week, here’s my new regular weekend round-up of what I’ve been wasting my time watching on YouTube! Continue reading “What To Watch On YouTube: 9th October 2016”
So, I just spent my Saturday at the inaugural TechExeter Conference — and wow, it was super cool! Continue reading “The TechExeter Conference 2016 was AWESOME!”
The Narrative Clip was a great idea: a wearable camera which automatically takes photos throughout the day and uploads them to their cloud service so you can keep memories of trips and events. Continue reading “Narrative is shutting down: get your photos and videos out while you can”
Amazon have never been happy about sellers paying customers to leave reviews, but they’ve been fine with customers being given free or cheap stuff in return for reviews — as long as the customer disclosed it in their review, and as long as the seller was incentivising fair reviews and not only positive reviews. Continue reading “Amazon just banned reviews in exchange for free and discounted stuff”
YouTube is absolutely my #1 place to go for entertainment, so I thought I’d start sharing some of my favourites every week! Continue reading “What To Watch On YouTube: 2nd October 2016”
I wolfed down September’s TokyoTreat box pretty quick last month, so I’ve been keeping a keen eye out for October’s TokyoTreat box.
A month or so ago, I was walking home in a storm. The rain was pounding, the wind was howling, and my umbrella kept flipping inside-out. Continue reading “This Fnova umbrella is tough, windproof and huge”
We are working ourselves to death. We call it cancer or heart disease or auto-immune disease and that’s fine. But just below the surface, beyond the label, we know the truth because it’s something we’ve felt our entire lives. Before the doctors gave it a name, we felt it. We are all dying of the same thing … a gaping hole in our heart, a lack of love, a sense that we’re not good enough, a belief that we’re unlovable.
And so we work … and work … and work in hopes of filling the hole or, at the very least, distracting ourselves enough to forget about the pain. But it’s all life in the end, and we all end up addressing the hole at one point or another. For some this comes as a trip to the therapist, for others a trip to the oncologist.