- RRR214 Sharking Trousers 2018-07-13The End, This Podcast is a Geek Audio Blog, Boaty, Lonely Space Alien, Weighty, Inevitable Non-Existent Football Tangent, RIP Steve Ditko, Terry Gilliam's and John Cleese's Whiny Privileged Rants, Jaws, Rick and Morty, The Handmaid's Tale, The Expanse, Soylent Green, RPi Accessories, NES Classic Accessories, Clean Meat? That Pub in Altair, Ram […]
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Game of Thrones: One of the young shop assistants in Waterstones book shop was humming the theme of GOT today as I browsed, so guess what’s on the playlist tonight? Good Old Blighty: Apart from that, just tootling along; no … Continue reading
Yesterday or the day before, I started to notice that the WordPress media uploader has changed along with a few other things like the toolbar in edit mode (where IS “indent”?) The the new uploader is particularly horrible and slow, … Continue reading
Avoiding work seems to be a recurrent theme in this column and while I wouldn’t advocate not paying attention in the classroom, let’s face it, once you are out in the real world of work and woes, most jobs require … Continue reading
Remember me telling you how I (like half the population of the UK) recently applied for the BBC’s Trainee Scheme? I just received this e-mail from them a few days ago- Dear Roy Thank you for applying for the position … Continue reading
For the second year running, I have applied to the BBC’s Journalism Trainee Scheme. I mentioned this a couple of posts ago, but I thought I’d give you an update in case you are interested in applying in future. Application … Continue reading
I found the following e-mail from a UK IT recruitment agency in my inbox this morning- Dear Roy, GIS Developer 6 Months Bristol £300- £350 Per Day A recent restructure in a major UK project has meant that a Bristol … Continue reading