One hundred for final assessment today


I’m just shocking with digital books, I buy them, start reading and promptly forget they’re there. Perhaps it’s the lack of physicality, the lack of physical cue to remind me I bought something I wanted to read. I like the idea of digital books and bookshelves as I don’t need to physically store yet another... Continue Reading →

Being timely; how might I?

I planned my latest assessment submission ahead of time in readiness to shoot the video and hopefully require little editing. How full of dream I was! The unedited video exceeded 40 minutes, with sections that were captured but automatically set as cut (video paused but keeps recording); my submission must be below 10 minutes. After... Continue Reading →

Tearing strips

I finally gave up, after weeks of increasing discomfort with my right arm, I booked in to see my physiotherapist to get some relief. He confirmed I had injured myself at work, stupidly, when on the stairs, and had developed bursitis and a rotator cuff injury. After deep tissue massage he tapped me up with... Continue Reading →

Solid month’s rain

July has been one wet month here in Perth, in all we’ve had 28 of 31 days rained out, 11 more than usual. We’ve also had quite a few blustery days with winds up to 110km/h, I’ve looked for Todo and those red slippers on a few occasions. I’m seriously hoping August proves a little... Continue Reading →

Professional glossary

As I continue in my Masters of Cyber Security studies, one thing that keeps being reinforced by the lecturing staff is having a professional glossary. There’s be no recommendation, however, about how best to approach such, so we’re left up to our own devices as to how best to approach. As a web developer of... Continue Reading →

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