Monthly Archives: May 2014

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  Ross Baker works for Neurosphere a medical equipment company who design and deliver scanning equipment. Ross works at the sticky end of software development and his life is OK but for the fact that he has to work for … Continue reading

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Religion for the confused

  I’m going to be honest. I don’t much care for the hard-headed and hard-boiled thoughtlessness of the hardline atheist. This is a path well trodden by the likes of Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, both of who show a … Continue reading

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All Roads…..

Ooooo…. Dont do film all that often, but I’m not sure that enough has been said about “Calvary”. This is the latest from John Michael McDonagh and it doesn’t disappoint. I’m not entirely sure about what he was trying to … Continue reading

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Scratching the “itch”

Just now and again, I’ll read something that’s not intended for me. This book is written for those who are in early secondary education (I think it would be fair to say that the intended group are 10-15years old), but, … Continue reading

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Off the scale

This is Tom Holt at his very very best. This is right up there with “the portable door”. I have a bit of a theory… The first book you read by an author is the one you will always hold … Continue reading

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