Welcome to my website. Here you'll find my technological creations, information on things which I think are interesting and useful, and some opinions, if you can bear to read them.
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Everything on the site can be accessed through the links at the top of the page. Note: some links do not work yet, but they will once I get to it.
The latest updates and additions to the site will be listed here.
I've just about escaped the post-industrial wastes of central Yorkshire and am now a first year computer science student at the University of Nottingham. My main interests/hobbies, aside from computer science, are studying and debating philosophy/politics/economics (I have A-levels in the latter two), weightlifting, hiking, electronics, card games (especially poker), and cooking (although I wouldn't really call this a hobby, it's more of a necessity for anyone who wants to live well cheaply). Some of these things I write about on this site.
I also have passing interests in history and folklore (mainly european), anthropology and sociology in general, sustainable/independent living, and video games (mostly strategy, 4X, and RPGs, although as the years go on I find myself more interested in studying, modding, and hacking games rather than playing them).
There is a list of miscellaneous opinions on the "opinions" page. Reading these will give you a good idea of what I'm like as a person and what I think of things. Some of them are very unpopular in the UK.
Here are some other cool sites to check out:
Luke Smith - default Runescape man, 30 year old boomer who rants about technology in the woods.
Richard Stallman - founder of the FSF and GNU, proven correct about everything eventually.
Nikolas Lloyd - meanderings amongst medieval weapons and armour, dance, drawings, evolutionary psychology, films, opinions, photography, poetry, role-playing games, wargaming.
Dig Deeper - articles about avoiding spyware and freeing oneself from the botnet.