…but you can see it from here. And if you’re in you’re twenties, maybe I got something to say. Maybe I got a piece of anger brewing up for all of us making our way through the world. You see we were given a promise of life, subtly and not-so-subtly, by the world before us, […]Read more "It’s not quite the end of the world…"
You’re probably reading this via a link or message on social media. It probably appeared in the feed as you scrolled past it, bored at a bus stop, on a bathroom break or just plain bored. The ubiquity of this technology is absolutely insane. Twenty years ago the idea you could have a feed that […]Read more "Social Media and the Modern World"
Today’s world is one where the truth doesn’t matter and everything’s a bit shit. It’s also a world of unparalleled technological change and growth, where even in the space of a year a new tech company can find itself irrelevant in the next heartbeat. It is a space of rapid change. It is also a […]Read more "The Power of Outrage"
It’s a bit of an over the top title, but in this quiet, peaceful period of my life I’ve taken to reflecting on some of my life growing up. That’s not to say I’m a Richard Branson-like figure of Rags to Riches brilliance whose every life detail needs to be documented. Rather it’s more an […]Read more "Reflections as an Outsider"
A long time ago, in a city not really that far away, I used to study Physics. It’s a particular point I’m rather proud of, because most people upon hearing that you studied such a difficult subject tend to have different reactions. Surprise, that your Neath born and bred backside is doing something rather out […]Read more "The Importance of Failing"
In today’s world, it can seem our systems do not work. Our politicians too far removed, our ideals too high up, our news too mad and cynical to make us doing anything other than shrug. Often, our world and our capacity to affect it can seem massively disconnected from one another. For a community driven […]Read more "A Bright Beacon in the Modern World (Or at least in Cardiff)"
We all know nothing. This state, even after the things we do, and achieve, and learn and act on, does not change. The more we learn, the more we push the boundaries back around us, the more we discover that needs to be learned again. The process is never ending. So does that mean it […]Read more "An Outlook on Things"