Day Eight - Weaver Marathon

Posted on Tue 08 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with parenting, weaver marathon, mythology, Christianity, Zoroastrianism • 3 min read

I fail to make up word count on the weekend thanks to a family event, sickness and fatigue. Oddly enough though, an interesting discussion over Sunday lunch made it all worthwhile.


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Sick of the Studio

Posted on Sat 05 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with Weaver of Dreams, Metallica, Agents • 5 min read

What does a Metallica concert I attended ten years ago have to do with writing a novel? More than I thought, but then again, perhaps I'm getting sentimental in my old age.


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Day four - Weaver Marathon

Posted on Fri 04 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with Weaver of Dreams, Excerpt • 3 min read

Another 500 words and it feels like I'm finding my stride. Since I can't think of much to blog about, you can read an excerpt instead.


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Day three - Weaver Marathon

Posted on Thu 03 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with Weaver of Dreams, Writing, Metaphysics, Spirituality • 3 min read

The slow pace continues, but I have written a goodly amount of notes and outlines. Oddly enough, they make me consider my own sense of the metaphysical.


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Day two - Weaver Marathon

Posted on Wed 02 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with Weaver of Dreams • 2 min read

I get off to a slow but productive start and contemplate the importance of forming good habits.


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Day one - Weaver Marathon

Posted on Tue 01 August 2017 in Journal • Tagged with Weaver of Dreams, Scrivener, Nanowrimo • 3 min read

I kick off my 31-day marathon to finish Weaver of Dreams and commit to journal my progress.


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My personal Nanowrimo event

Posted on Mon 31 July 2017 in News • Tagged with writing, Weaver of Dreams, Nanowrimo • 2 min read

Can I make one final push to finish the draft? Join me as I embark on a one-month marathon to write the last 50 thousand words.


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Healthcare in the age of apps and clouds

Posted on Fri 28 July 2017 in Articles • Tagged with healthcare, big data, encryption, physiotherapy • 4 min read

I contemplate changes in healthcare in the age of apps, clouds and big data after a surprising visit to a physiotherapist.


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A Bridge too Far

Posted on Fri 30 June 2017 in Articles • Tagged with productivity, day one, subscriptions, saas • 5 min read

More and more software developers are turning to subscription-based business models but what does that mean for content creators when your faced with renting the tools of your trade.


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Newsletter Page

Posted on Tue 27 June 2017 in News • Tagged with newsletter, recaptcha • 1 min read

Battling spambots makes me implement reCAPTCHA and move my newsletter signup form to a dedicated page.


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