Monthly Archives: June 2009

Getting penguins wrong

Using a penguin as a yardstick is a dangerous thing to do.  Given they are often seen against an all white background, there is little else to give scale and perspective (warning: penguins may be closer than they appear).  When … Continue reading

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Family

Some people can’t be separated from their family – as you get to know them, you get to know (about) their family.  Such families are not necessarily really close or living in each others’ pockets, just important.  No family is … Continue reading

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Which way are you going?

Are you on your way up or on your way down?  I’m not sure what I’m doing – I hadn’t really thought about it until now.  Let’s see.  I’m going forward in time (much too fast), skirting sideways around a … Continue reading

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Sad notes.

Sometimes there is more than one right thing to do, but this doesn’t make the decision any easier. Sometimes there is nothing you can do at all. Sometimes doing something that may not be quite right is better than doing … Continue reading

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The blogger’s bed.

The blogger makes their binary bed, From musings extracted from their head. A bed that’s built with planks of thoughts, Nailed together with rants and retorts. The mattress is made from an ego aloft, Anonymity is safety, and therefore soft. … Continue reading

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