• Still Can’t Talk. More Exams.

    10 December, 2012 • 1 Comment

    The white flag is still waving. I’m in the final stretch, but the finish line still seems distant and unreachable. So, more phoning it in. I’ll be back stronger next week, I promise. Meanwhile, music!

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    Can’t Talk. Exams.

    3 December, 2012 • 1 Comment

    I have exams lined up for a bit now, so this is a emergency post running on back-up generators. To put it another way: I’m phoning it in. To put it another way: Look! Seasonal music!

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    Priesthood of Almost All Believers

    26 November, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Last week, the General Synod of the Church of England failed to pass legislation that would have allowed women bishops. You can read all about it in various news articles one the web, like this one, as well as several reports on the fallout. MPs and bishops alike calling for the Church of England...

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    19 November, 2012 • 3 Comments

    I greatly enjoyed Gregory Maguire’s Wicked. I am by no means an Oz aficionado. I have vague memories of checking the Norwegian translation of the original Oz book out of the library as a child, but I have no memories of actually reading it, so it cannot have made a big impact. I actually...

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    Dream(fall) Come True

    12 November, 2012 • 3 Comments

    I apologise for that title. You will recall that my favourite game is Riven. The Myst games in general dominate my toplist, but in the second spot, breathing Riven in the neck, is The Longest Journey. I love The Longest Journey. It has its flaws, but I am willing to completely ignore them, because...

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    Musings on Piracy. I Mean, Arrrr.

    5 November, 2012 • 1 Comment

    I’m fairly certain there is a name for the phenomenon that the easier way wins out, that the concept is formulated in a law named after some clever word-smith who managed to relate the path of least resistance to consumer activities. I’ almost completely positive that there is such a named law when it...

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