Monday, February 20, 2012

On Robots, Part Two

Part two, of my mumblings on two recent Gundam properties which I've recently watched/played. You can see part one over here:

Friday, February 17, 2012

On Robots, Part One

If you know me well, you'll know that I'm a fan of things with robots in them. Small robots, medium sized robots, quite big robots and of course, giant robots. So it follows that I would watch a lot of shows with robots in them and play games predominately featuring robots.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Dateline, Dublin. Twenty-twelve

At the time of writing this, I am living in Dublin. I am a graduate of Computer Applications in DCU. I am employed in a call centre where I provide first point of contact customer support for a large software company's popular gaming platform. I am twenty-four years old and I am single. It has been fifteen months since I last blogged.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Midway, Work, Work & Robots

I find it difficult to believe, but I’m already halfway through my term of lectures. Week six is now behind me, which leaves six more ahead of me. A handful of deadlines are out of the way, but there’ll be a handful more over the next week or so. Time certainly flies.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Bright Green Helix

Deep into the college year. The work keeps coming but it's nothing I can't handle yet. Still keeping up the gym too. I look forward to the day when it doesn't take quite so much out of me. This weekend was a relaxing weekend at home. Nothing much happened, but it's been a while since I've been home and a while since I've spent a weekend doing altogether very little. The weekend before, however, was Eirtakon.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Locked Out

I went back to the gym again today. It was surprisingly easy to get back in after a week off. I forgot to book an intro session so I'll need to get on that tomorrow. There was a problem though. When I came back from my shower wrapped in nothing but a towel. Luckily, a nice chap fetched a man to open up my locker for me. Crisis averted.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Diocletian's Imperial House of Cats

Last week, Takako and I went on a holiday to Croatia. Four days on the Adriatic coast. It was great, and full of pleasant surprises. Of course, we nearly didn't make the flight to begin with. I lingered too long over an ice cream in Burger King, and arrived at the gate just as they were closing. The staff were in the process of sending us away when some more breathless passengers dashed up behind us, so they reluctantly allowed us through. So began a great journey.