Life · technology

£, $, €, ¥? The True Cost Of Technology

  I know that I’m only 28 years old, but in my lifetime technology has evolved so much. We went from having cassette players to portable CD players; from that to having the thick USB MP3 players and now onto better MP3 players and iPod’s! Music systems where you can hold so much music you’d… Continue reading £, $, €, ¥? The True Cost Of Technology

Black Country · Life

Yow Dow Know Abaart We | Knowledge and Misconceptions of The Black Country

Aado! ‘Ow bist? ‘Ope yow’m awright. Bostin’, I ‘ope. Hello! How are you? Hope you’re alright. Great, I hope. In April, I mentioned in a post about my home dialect and some words that are my favourites that we use. These unusual words from our dialect seemed to attract a fair bit of attention. My… Continue reading Yow Dow Know Abaart We | Knowledge and Misconceptions of The Black Country

hobbies · Philately

Why I Switched From Hinged Albums To Stockbooks

As you all may know by now, I have been a philatelist for most of my life. It’s the one hobby I always go to and always keeps me interested. There are so many new stamps released each year. When I first started collecting, my parents bought me a Stanley Gibbons Starter Pack which included… Continue reading Why I Switched From Hinged Albums To Stockbooks

Gaming

What I Loved About The Sony E3 Press Conference 2016

June 14 to June 16 2016 saw the gaming community treated to the annual gaming expo, E3. Brand new video games and video game accessories are introduced and previewed, which will be released within the next year. Video game trailers are shown, as well as live demos of upcoming games. The one thing about E3… Continue reading What I Loved About The Sony E3 Press Conference 2016