I’m a queer Creative Programmer, with a side dish of design and consultancy, and a passion for research and artistic applications of technology. I work as a
Programmer at Media Molecule. Now looking for a new adventure in VR!.
Love living in London.
When I'm not programming, playing games, roleplaying, learning, or reading, you can typically find me skating or streaming on Twitch.
"There is some surprising complexity in this isekai." That was the line my wife blurted after she asked me was it good. It's honestly a fun romp I would recommend to anyone as being both silly and wholesome. It maintains a unique flavour while "conforming" to several tropes.
It has some surprising nuance in places for all the silliness of the premise and tropes of the genre.
I would strongly recommend this book to genre fans, but I would also say there is something special here.
It really was the perfect birthday book.
My lovely Ducky got me Artemis for Chrismas. I confess I skipped this one hearing mixed reviews, but with a lovingly gifted paperback sitting on the lounge table, it seemed time to tackle it. I quickly ate up the novel in two days, its an easy and compelling read but the entire time I was groaning and reading awkward passages aloud to her. Overall the plot will carry you through, and the science
So I realised one of the reasons I don't post as often to my website is that often content is not blog worth but its more substantial than a tweet. When Twitter started we referred to it as a Micro Blogging service. There where some other competitors, such as Tumblr but it really stole the spotlight and solidified the idea. I still need to make my Golang static website generator update AWS but
It's been almost SIX bloody years since this website has been blogged on! I kept trying to do reworks and rewrites, but I never got them fully functional. So sod it. I hacked at the system already in place, and I'm in the process of applying a fresh lick of paint. What a year, 2020 has been, but for me, this year is an enormous challenge.