Imagine what you could achieve with unlimited money, sixty years and the capability to kill with impunity?
What if your super-rich grea..
As you know, my commutes mean I have a tendency to drag-net the entire world looking for podcasts that may yield even the slightest gem of..
That’s an old, Soviet space command centre, taken from this collection of Soviet runs, which also includes a shaft tunnelled four kilometr..
The English are complaining about the weather because it is raining in Miami but I am complaining about their complaints.
Above is the ..
I suppose we could also call this ‘bong rip Thursday’. But I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to ..
Paul Laffoley shifts in his seat.
The Palace at Westminster and the London Eye are visible behind him.
“My primary concern is how yo..
Did it work? Yes or no.
Then there wasn’t news and it was all a misunderstanding.
It appears the UK is back in recession. That sucks. Time to double our hustle.
What doesn’t suck is this announcement comes on the ..
Did you know that the most common word people used to describe themselves on LinkedIn last year was “creative”?
Whatever word you use for whatever it is you think we do… we’ve been called a lot of things before.
Poisoner, abortionist, false-..
Our meat suits can seem really frustrating at times.
The behaviour of other people’s meat suits can apparently collapse Europe into..
Discovery Channel’s London office is a fishbowl. Glass everywhere. You can see an image of it here.
One day, outside my window, a f..
There’s a faint air of frustration around me at the moment.
I missed another Crucible.
Granted, it’s not exactly a local event i..
“To claim power over what you do not understand is not wise, nor is the end of it likely to be good.”
Ged -The Farthest Shore
Here’s a T..
Collecting the little victories along the way is good advice for any reasonably complex goal, of course, because the universe has an i..
When charity ads on TV stopped using numbers to describe the scale of their problems and started giving names to the wailing, fly-cove..
Although it’s not what you think. The hack doesn’t strictly require these two ingredients “in c..
Here is another one from the Dan. (I like a lot of Dans it seems.)
It’s a bit more personal. I like the idea that he’s sharing more..
You know how I’m Dan’s number 1 fanboy, right? In fact, if I’m not driving in Scotland right now I’m probabyl reading the book that these ..
You know I like to live where science gets freaky enough to make magic better. I sit right there like a fat guy in a Radisson spa, disgust..
Howdy from wherever I am in Scotland!
Given that I’m going to be away from my internets for the next week and a bit on account of the r..
Told you I was feeling contrary.
But the first two articles strike me as an excellent example of why magical target selection takes..
At the risk of becoming the Jamie Oliver of food magic -especially when I’m obviously aiming to be the Nigella of everything- there is..
The new year is exciting, it really is.
Work is going good, a fun new flatmate is showing up tomorrow (thank you sigil magic) and I..
Having breakfast with my cousin on the weekend, we got to swapping medication stories.
She is from the -how you say- “crazy” side of th..
Call it a seasonal thing. October drawing to a close and such. (“Seasonal” being a word that is allowed under VVF estimable All Hallow’s C..
Sigils -at least as we have commonly come to understand them in a chaos context- are based on a theories of the brain and mind functio..
It seems there is a bit of a Tolkien theme this week, but if you are going to write a post on how storytelling makes for good spellcasting..
Jack mentioned Michel Foucault in a recent post, which is something I wholeheartedly approved of. I will always approve of people mentioni..
But then, it’s not like a hobbit would beat a dragon in a fair figh..
Examples include Crowley allegedly slas..
- The inability to see the back of your own head.