The Last Duel

Just back from seeing Matt Damon and Adam Driver’s The Last Duel. An interesting movie that is told essentially as three versions of a story: the plaintiff, the defendant and the accuser. Set in the late 1300s, Damon’s character Jean de Carrouges kicks the movie of with the battle to save a bridge at Limoges... Continue Reading →

Silencing the noise

Like me, are you tired of being over notified by your applications? It seems like many websites now are requesting permissions to join the mix too, umm why? I can’t understand what possible reason they might have in requesting and always click the “hell no” button. Worst of all are social media apps, you no... Continue Reading →

Finding the time

My latest unit has been a busy one with assessments occupying much of my time. Learning how to (ethically) hack into computers for the first time took quite some learning, some tasks proving quite difficult to achieve, and yet others blindly obvious. Back of mind whilst doing this was my knowing I needed to prepare... Continue Reading →

Daylight unknown

I got up a little later on Saturday morning, perhaps procrastinating a little that which lay ahead of me, though even I knew little how long that day might end up being. Video-based assessments aren’t my favourite task, being particularly introverted it goes against my nature to want to be filmed. My first ever video... Continue Reading →

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