I’ve told a few people about this and made at least on other person try it, so I’m going to blog it for posterity now. I scored a bunch of spicy peppers* on the cheap from the supermarket a few weeks back and was wondering … Continue reading Spicy liquor
So it seemed like everyone had the SPLOT love going on today. Whilst I was waxing lyrical in a meeting with some students, Jim Groom was knocking one out on the blog after spending time with Daniel at Coventry. I was meeting with some students … Continue reading I think I’m going crazy, I’m gonna go radge
Not too long ago, Lawrie Phipps created another one of his hilarious versions of the faux Penguin children’s books for “The Learning Technologist”. Most of it was wryly funny, painfully funny, knowingly funny or just plain funny. One image didn’t sit easy with me though: … Continue reading Life choices
Yesterday, as anyone who saw my demented tweeting will know, I took part in the Edinburgh Processions march. Processions celebrates 100 years of female suffrage (though 1918 only extended suffrage to women over 30 who had property). On Sunday 10th of June, women and girls … Continue reading Processing
This time next week I should be in London at Ravensbourne art college for my fourth MozFest experience. *Finally* Martin Hawksey is attending and he’s gone all out and is even running a session. The lovely people of ALT will be there talking about CMALT. … Continue reading #MozFest Cometh
“We find that whole communities suddenly fix their minds upon one object and go mad in its pursuit; that millions of people become simultaneously impressed with one delusion, and run after it, till their attention is caught by some new folly more captivating than the … Continue reading After promising to be restrainted, I have no restraint.