Finally having to install Word on a new laptop after resisting for a long time. It feels a bit, um, dirty.
I often tell people that (removing the obvious things like being a husband and father) being a school governor has been the most rewarding experience of my life.
RSA chief executive Matthew Taylor’s blog summarises research that shows a significant minority of people actually want chaos.
It seems wrong for a public sector broadcaster like the BBC to find that calling a racist a racist breaches guidelines.
There really was only one way I could mark Apollo 50.
Flexing limited creative muscle at the Exhibition Road Festival. Not quite sure I followed the brief.
I tried the neural net at Talk To Transformer to see if it could offer some insight on what happens next. Doomed.
Ear-wigging on people talking about politics on the train while they cite Tweets as an authoritative source to justify their stances. Thank god we don’t have any hostile actors on that platform, eh?
Reading the various accounts of Boris Johnson’s shockingly poor approach to his day-jobs reminded me of the few times that I’ve met him.