I ran the above using a carbon footprint calculator available at websitecarbon.com. Bearing in mind I’ve done nothing to keep the footprint low, I’m quite happy with the result of this.
My 2012 MacBook Pro lives on, despite coming close to what appeared to its final demise at the weekend.Continue reading “Trigger’s Broom – my MacBook lives!”
My eldest daughter came back from Tokyo recently and bought me some presents. She knows I love stationary so that was what she got me.Continue reading “Japanese stationary”
I’ve been using Amazon Prime Music Unlimited for a couple of years now and can genuinely say how rather good it is.
If you’re an Amazon Prime user, you get the more basic Prime Music included. However, for all the music you could wish for you need to pay a little more for the Unlimited version.Continue reading “Amazon Prime Music Unlimited – a great offer for a fantastic music streaming service”
Back in 2014 I started using a pair of Creative T30 wireless speakers. Considering how small they are, and lack a subwoofer, the sound was always pleasingly good. For the last 2.5 years, they’ve been paired to my work MacBook to great effect.
But that’s now come to an end.Continue reading “5 years later and my Creative experience ends”
I skipped WordCamp Europe last year but didn’t want to miss this one, as it’s coming from Berlin.
And, as in Paris back in 2017, I’m here as a volunteer.Continue reading “WordCamp Europe 2019: From Paris to Berlin”
We’ve been in our house for about 8 years and, each year for the last few years, we’re attempting to renovate a room. 4 years ago it was the kitchen, 3 years ago it was the top bedroom (aka Laura’s bedroom or, as it is now, the guest bedroom), 2 years ago it was my office and, last year, it was smaller spruce-up of the bathroom.
This year, it’s Lucie’s bedroom and it’s the biggest one yet.Continue reading “Lucie’s bedroom – our biggest house project, so far”
If you wish to change measurements on the Weight Watchers (now WW) app you have to head to their website to do it (down vote for the fact that you have to). But, once there, the UI gets very confusing.Continue reading “WW: UI Confusion”
Back in 2017, I revealed, after just a few months working and travelling for Automattic, what I carried with me in my backpack. 2 years on, and many more trips, and that content has changed. I don’t carry everything with me at all times and will modify the bag contents based on where I’m travelling (travel light, you know!).
What has massively changed is the amount of tech I now carry, as I was always lacking a cable or adapter. A much bigger cable organiser bag has allowed me to put all of this in one place but I’ve also taken the opportunity to review what I have and why.Continue reading “What’s in my bag? 2019 edition”
When travelling, I do so with a Clairefontaine pencil case. It’s not too big but enough for to carry a selection of useful stationary items. You see, I like my stationary. Nothing ostentatious but just good quality.
So, what do I carry?Continue reading “What’s in my pencil case? 2019 edition”