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I Grieve for Mozilla

I don’t know how many of my readers have been following this, but it’s been a big thing in the tech world this past fortnight: Mozilla appointed Brendan Eich as CEO; three board members stepped down; there was outrage on … Continue reading

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I Wonder If I Could

Be warned: this article is a personal reflection. I’ve always said that I value being willing to try new things. But I realised the other day that this doesn’t actually explain all of the unusual things that I do. For … Continue reading

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Using My PC as a Temporary Wifi Access Point

Last weekend there was an electrical storm which took out my wireless access point. My Ubuntu desktop PC is wired and also has a wireless card, so today I set my mind to a temporary wifi solution until I get … Continue reading

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Lord of the Dance

Regular readers will know that I enjoy dancing. When I dance, I am a leader with a single follower: my dance partner. In life I am a leader with many followers: at work, church, and in other areas of life. … Continue reading

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Snack, Staple and Story

My friend Dani has recently returned from 5 months in Nepal. One part of her reflections especially stood out to me: What’s hard is watching the Bible go from being a staple to a snack. I’ve come from a place … Continue reading

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