- Mon, 17:02: The Party of the City seems to have destroyed the City. I don't see the Tories getting those nice directorships for a long long time.
- Mon, 18:01: Alex Stewart's Shooting The Rift is an complex novel, a Citizen Of The Galaxy riff in a Cold War setting, with a genderflipped space empire.
- Mon, 18:09: Recent Reads: Shooting The Rift. Alex Stewart's Heinleinesque space opera flirts with Le Carre; espionage amongst interstellar traders.
- Mon, 18:17: Ah, the @TweetiumWindows update has just pushed to the Store.
- Mon, 19:50: I think at this point we've now seen that "Project Fear" was actually "Project Best Case". So where do we go from here?
- Mon, 20:54: Write to Them: https://t.co/ysQWSdUp0A
- Mon, 21:59: And so it carries on... https://t.co/VI380Vhghl
- Tue, 11:13: Most odd being at a press conference in a hotel that used to be the offices of a consulting client. Still got the same great view.
- Tue, 11:24: Interesting how WileyFox can build on services like Amazon Launchpad and Cyanogen.
- Tue, 11:29: RT @marypcbuk: at the Wileyfox handset launch; journos don't want to ask about the new devices, just what impact #brexit will have on the b…
Mon, 13:26: Today I am mostly thinking about dapr (again). Mon, 13:34: "Blue Monday" may be just PR hype and a marketing hook, but Hooky's…
Sun, 15:19: RT @ tomgauld: ‘Coronavirus advice from a regency novel’ (my cartoon for yesterday’s @ guardianreview) https://t.co/8jgaxi8eRj…
Sat, 14:45: Recent Reads: Lover Revealed. J R Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood return; with ex-cop Butch O'Neal in tow. He is in love with…