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[5i5] 2nd September 2021 (Sep 02, 2021)

It's three (not five... again...) questions this time round from me, including: what makes a 'good' coder, and what happens if you can't differentiate burnout from depression.

[5i5] 29th October 2020 (Oct 29, 2020)

Only 3 out of 5 this time round. It's a process.

[5i5] 10th October 2020 (Oct 10, 2020)

In an attempt to get better at producing content, I present to you a new thing - 5 thoughts in 5 minutes. This week, Apple, the BMJ's report, and some thoughts on the cinema.

[pol] 'Twas the night before the election (Dec 11, 2019)

Before the end of this Conservative government, and the election, I wanted to jot down some thoughts, and maybe leave you with some things to think about.

[pol] On making an informed decision (Nov 25, 2019)

Why bother? Politicians and the media seem to do nothing but lie. But that's what makes it all the more important to understand what effects your decision.

[pol] On tactical voting - a reprise (Nov 05, 2019)

I'm not sure where I stand on tactical voting, but I do know that we should be talking about it.

[pol] Why I’m (Probably) Against Tactical Voting (Apr 25, 2017)

Wherein I try to resolve my thoughts around tactical voting. Do I succeed? No. But I think it's important to talk about it.

[pol] The rise and fall of British politics (Jun 20, 2016)

There's rumours of a coup in Labour. Is that a good thing? Sure - why not...

[pol] On the Election, and Hung Parliaments (Apr 27, 2010)

What happens when an election gives us a hung parliament? What even is a hung parliament, and how will it affect us? Let's find out...