I was young and fancy-free when I went to Denmark in 1974. One of the first and most […]
Two pervasive problems make country walking unpleasant at this time of year (Jan-Feb): mud and fences. They are of course linked, because without fences there would be little mud, and without mud, fences would be less of a problem.
I know that it is not yet Spring, but the closure of MacUser has driven me to tidy […]
Macs: AFP548 – Mac sysadmin and server related MacScripter – AppleScript, Automator Swift blog – Apple’s new preferred […]
A network is just a sophisticated way of connecting clients to servers and services. To make this work, […]
File and folder paths are given conventionally. Where a path starts with a slash /, that is assumed […]
Marks making the illusion, truth to nature, and rich narrative – these are the qualities that I try to find and build into my landscape paintings.
There are many types of ‘truth’ in painting, but the truth that I am concerned with here is fidelity to motif: how faithfully does a painter attempt to depict the objects that they are painting?
On the day that MacUser closed, I had just bought a new car. Don’t events time themselves perfectly? In case […]
Friday 16 January 2015 marked the sudden and tragic death of the original and UK-based magazine MacUser. After […]