Monthly Archives: July 2016

Democracy – maybe we should try it sometime

Embed from Getty Images We in the rest of the world are watching the run up to the Presidential elections in the USA in November. It has now been decided who the two main contenders will be, Hilary Clinton for … Continue reading

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Updates to software

It’s obviously a good thing for bugs to be fixed. Software should function correctly and without exposing the user to security issues, and updates to fixes for this reason are essential. Unfortunately this sometimes, one might say often, has a … Continue reading

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Software

Coding is a strange process. Sometimes you start with a blank space, fill it with symbols and numbers, and eventually a program appears at the end. Other times you take your or someone else’s work and modify it, changing it, … Continue reading

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Religious matters

Seen on the signboard of a Christadelphian Church : “Seminar: Brexit and Bible Prophecy”. What?? Anyway, that started me thinking about religion again. In the days that religion was developing as a means of understanding the world, when natural occurrences … Continue reading

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