Monday, January 31, 2011

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Some good bloggage

De flu as got me in it's evil clutches. On the other hand, the time away from work, household duties and generally running around like a headless chicken has allowed me the time to relax. It really means that I've just been catching up with some of my favorite blogs.

And this one is possibly the favorite of my favorites. He always has something to say, always emotive, and always a funky twist, somewhere in the tale...

The Insomniac Medic - He's a good bloke.


Sunday, January 23, 2011

Computer Nerds Win

One of my favorite shows at the moment is The Big Bang Theory, which, luckily, seems to get funnier and funnier. The nonsense that these scientists get up to whilst reveling in their nerdishness really makes the wife and I smile.

So it is with great joy that I stumbled across this little informational graphic below. I don't know how true it is. Nor do I really care. It just lets nerds be nerds!

And I would like to thank Blogger for severely mucking around with the pictures here to make it look exceptionally amateur and somewhat silly!


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Monday, January 17, 2011

Katy Perry fun

I like Katy Perry, a nice, fresh faced young lass who sang her way to stardom. What a star! 

Her latest song, Firework, is about young adults who are bullied because of their differences and it is a very direct song with a nice tune.

So that was pleasant.

And now for the amazing parody by The Key of Awesome

now, wasn't than fun?


Saturday, January 8, 2011

A Bit Serious - Reading Difficulties

I know a man who knows a man...

Well, that's how many pub conversations start when someone wants to sell you something that 'fell of the back of a truck'.

This isn't the case here. Quite simply a friend of mine works at a software company that has just launched it's Beta version of a $250 software that you can get for free here.


The software has been made by scientists to help ANYONE read better. So what does that mean for you? If you have dyslexia, dyspraxia, add, adhd or just an inability to focus when reading - - -then this is for you.

What do i get out of it? Better readers. What do you get out of it? A better life*

The software is still in it's final tests, which is why it is free, but basically it is a life changing product if you want to read better.

Good luck!


* not guaranteed - just hoped for!