Fiddling Around

A couple of days off work has meant that I’ve been a bit short on things to post about recently.  It comes to something when your own mother phones you up and tells you that you are slacking because of the lack of new posts.

However this has meant that I’ve had some time to ‘fiddle around’ with various behind the scenes settings, and has allowed me some time to think about the redesign of this site.

Also I’ve been working on the Podcast.

I’d also like to take this chance to say a big ‘Thank you’ to the people at Blogware, who sorted out my spam problem incredibly quickly.  Oh and also a big congratulations to Joey and The Redhead who just got married.

I flew out to Canada to celebrate Joey’s birthday – both the craziest, and most expanding thing I have ever done.

I promise, I haven’t been playing World of Warcraft (Not since some rotten sod introduced me to EVE-Online anyway, and I can level up in that while doing other things, which is great for me).

I’m back to work tomorrow, so with a bit of luck I’ll have something interesting to write about rather than ‘Went to another abdominal pain that turned out to be constipation’.

Otherwise I may have to make something up.

I have a feeling that I’ll be busy over the weekend, as there is a huge amount of overtime shifts that aren’t being covered…

10 thoughts on “Fiddling Around”

  1. Number two is pretty well illegible on my screen and the type face in number one looks tiny. Screen is a 17 inch, flat panel Acer.By the way, Reynolds, I meant to say. I bought one of the Mac Minis. The slow hard disk (4200) is a drawback… And not as quiet as my previous iMac. Just thought I'd let you know.

  2. i like the orginal one at the top of the page with the ambo in it. but of the ones you justed made up, i think number 2.i cant imaging my mum reading a blog, she still trys to push the screen to the right after finishing a line on word, oh well she used a typewriter for years.

  3. Do not be sucked in by EVE-Online!I played it during beta and then for nearly 2 years. It takes far too much for far too much frustration, particularly when they have “events” which are still unresolved 18 months later.

  4. I get all misty-eyed when my mum manages to use terms like “blogs”, “hokey phishing emails” and “emoticons” in day-to-day conversation.

  5. not eve… go back to world of warcraft. there's a trial and you can see the MAJOR changes. give it a try and quit eve.

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