Unusually for me I’ve got a long list of things I want to blog about, but not so much time to write them. Always the way, eh? I’m working on another post at the moment, but I wanted to just make a quick response to the recent Tesla announcements. I wanted to say something that I haven’t seen many other people saying. I wanted to say that I’m worried about Tesla.

My worries are around two major themes: that Tesla might be going off plan; that Tesla might be having difficulties.


I’m an Evernote Certified Consultant. Did you know that? Wow, that was a quick update. Next?

Well, since I’m here, I also want to share how I’ve been recently using Evernote for a simple form of journalling, based on the concepts from Bullet journalling.

I’ve been using Evernote a long time, my account says I joined the 25th of May 2010. So that’s nearly seven years of notes and documents stored there. Over that time I’ve used it to varying degrees to store all sorts of different things, the training course made me think of more ways I could use Evernote, both as a personal user and as a business.


You might not have noticed, but we moved about two months ago.

Cornwall is a very special place to us. We’ve spent 8 of our 9 years of marriage living there. Our son was born there and has lived there for over 5 years. It wasn’t an easy decision, but we decided that the time had come to move.


I slipped up, I’m sorry.

In my previous post I recommended a service called Bitminer (I won’t link to it) which on further investigation turned out to most likely be a ponzi scheme.

If you signed up, I really hope you didn’t put any money in. I was foolish enough to put some of my saved bitcoin in to get me to the first level. :disappointed:

Such is life, though. We live and learn. I had hoped that their inclusion on WeUseCoins was some sort of recommendation, but obviously not.


My Bitcoin story so far

  • 2017-04-24
  • ~8 minute read

There’s a good chance that you’ve heard about Bitcoin. It occasionally appears in the mainstream media, particularly when something really big or really bad happens, but there’s a good chance you don’t really understand it or how to do anything with it. I’m not going to go into it too deeply, as there are better guides at sites like WeUseCoins.org but I will do my best to provide some pointers for those of you who don’t know much yet, as well as sharing my favourite sites and apps for those of you who are already interested.

This one’s a bit long, so if you’re interested grab yourself a cuppa and get stuck in!