Tag Archives: musings

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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On Politics

It’s election year in Australia, and one major party is trying to divert attention away from the party as a whole towards their leader while the other is trying to divert attention away from their leader towards the party as … Continue reading

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A Caring Gentleman

Ten months ago, I was in Hobart for PyCon Australia. While there, I had a few chances to stroll around the neighbourhood of Sandy Bay. I sat for a while on a bench overlooking the bay. The bench bore this … Continue reading

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Just a Moment

Last week I wrote about a couple. This week it’s a different kind of couple that I’m writing about… The resultant moment of a couple is called a torque. This is not to be confused with the term torque as … Continue reading

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Blogs and Social Media

As a citizen of the Internet, I produce and consume information. What I consume comes largely from blogs and YouTube channels. I consume almost nothing via Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and the like. Below are my musings on why this … Continue reading

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