Mark Fennell has created quite the review of the year in sound… Mark also has a bunch of years in sound, give them a listen. Quite a year we’ve had, bring on 2021.
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We ordered our AirPods Max on the day of the announcement… but they don’t arrive until Friday for the White/Silver pair (David’s) and 2 weeks for the Blue pair (mine). But they actually went on sale today in-store across the country, and I’m sure some folks who got in early online also received theirs today… Continue reading Windy AirPods Max
This weekend was the first since selling our home. It seems a little bit of the pressure and uncertainty we’ve been living with for the past 6–8 months is finally settled. Now the buyers have signed a contract “subject to finance” and they have until December 30th to sort that out, but they seemed keen… Continue reading My Big Gay Musical Weekend
I know it’s weird but we are a two kinds of toilet paper house. I get mine from Who Gives a Crap, they are a great company who use 50% of their profits to build sanitation in communities around the world that need access to it. David doesn’t really like the toilet paper, so he… Continue reading Toilet Paper Crisis 2020
Beautiful feat of engineering, the Røde PodMic is just gorgeous sitting on my desk and Røde made the packaging out of all cardboard so it’s easy to recycle rather than the usual plastic-packed packaging most manufacturers use these days. Looking forward to putting the two of these I got today into action. Watch this space.
Had an ultrasound this morning on what is likely a small hernia in my abdomen. While waiting for the ultrasound I checked out how they do laparoscopic hernia repair for this type of hernia on YouTube, it’s amazing: The things you can find on YouTube… think of a surgery and it is there if you’re… Continue reading Hole in my Gut
Hmmm let’s see: The Australian Greens started as a party in 1992, almost all bans to grazing in national parks happened before this time. Kosciuszko National Park grazing was ceased in 1958 in all areas above 4,500. In 1972 grazing ceased in all parts of the national park. Brindabella National Park: was declared as a… Continue reading It’s All the Greens’ fault… but really it’s not