Are things needed?
Build it and they will might come Let’s not build it if they won’t come
The winter just gone took its toll on several plants in the garden. One particular casualty was a rosemary bush which was dead apart from the end of one branch. Rosemary is one of my favourite herbs to cook with and so a month or two ago I took a cutting. This evening I planted…
Tolerance of the learning curve
Having read David’s post about Dwarf Fortress (I keep wanting to call it Gnome Fortress for some reason) I had a “quick” play. Admittedly my interest in computer games peaked when I owned a SNES (a D-pad and six buttons really should be enough for anything) and since then my tolerance of computer game complexity…
McMeetup 11 May
Lots of interesting ideas from yesterday’s meeting but I was particularly taken with our discussion of what constitutes “success” and “failure” in a project and the value of documenting problems and unexpected outcomes for future reference. The invention of Teflon seems a good example of achieving an unexpected success from an activity. Definitely more scope…