Month: July 2020

July 12, 2020

When Katie first arrived last year, I bought her a crate to sleep in. Being an ex-show dog, she was used to a crate, and I decided to keep up the practice. The crate I bought turned out to be a minor disaster. It is…

July 11, 2020

For over 2 years (closer to 5, probably) I have been planning to update my board game group’s online forum and game session planner. But dealing with importing and transforming data from several years of game sessions, that were still being added to as I wrote the code, cause me some problems.

July 11, 2020

This mask is now available on the NHS. If you use a CPAP and have problems with finding a comfortable mask, ask if you can try a Respironics Dream Wear. It is the most comfortable mask I know, no pressure spots, you can lie on your back or side without worrying, and you can even wear your glasses with it.

July 6, 2020

In 1994, I recorded an album. It was a home recording job, but wasn’t completely a solo effort. The vocals were all me, and – I think – all of the instrumentation, except what was sequenced. I also did a lot of the engineering, but it was recorded in the midst of a party weekend in Brighton & Home, with lots of friends helping with button-pushing, tweaks and advice.

July 6, 2020
July 4, 2020

If you are using a free theme with your WordPress blog, you may find yourself stuck with a colour scheme, formatting etc. Here is how to break out of that in fairly easy way. I’m going to use Firefox, because that is the browser I…

July 4, 2020

My living room is kind of L-shaped a good-sized lounge area, and a dining area too narrow to really hold table and chairs and still be able to walk past it. Since it leads to the conservatory (that I added), it hasn’t been used for dining for years – the main table is now in the conservatory.

So it has become a walk-through, plus a place to keep my guitars and other stuff. It is really quite underused.

July 3, 2020