Here is the photos I took in March 2014. It was an exceptionally warm in March in Oxfordshire and almost all these photos were taken on one sunny afternoon. I also got a new 40mm lens for my birthday which is a lot of fun.
The latest game in the Democracy series was released last month. Democracy 3 is similar to its predecessors but with a more modern interface design and focusses on modern countries – instead of the hypothetical countries of Democracy 2. Democracy 3 also continues to allow modding in the game. Modding allows gamers to add to […]
Surviving a zombie attack takes a lot of planning, luck, and skill. You need to ensure you’ve selected a great zombie base and then reinforce it. A zombie apocalypse can also take a very long time and supplies are important too. A zombie base or hideout is a safe location. It can be built by humans or by nature and protects apocalypse survivors […]
Like most geeky guys in their twenties, I was a big fan of DOS games growing up. Games such as Doom2, Commander Keen and Transport Tycoon were simply fantastic and highly addictive. A couple of years ago I decided to start playing these games again and, after a little of bit of research, found DOSbox. […]
Today Giles Thurston very kindly passed me a Google Plus invite. I’ve been excited about Google Plus since its announcement, so this was great news! It’s obviously still in it’s infancy but I want to list my initial thoughts on Google Plus, what I like about it, and what I’m still to be convinced on. […]
I recently setup Amazon Associates on to my website. Amazon Associates allows you to advertise Amazon products on your website. What’s cool is when a website visitor clicks on this link, whatever products they buy following this, you get a percentage of – normally between 5% to 9%. For the benefits of Amazon Associates, Darren Rowse wrote […]