About this blog

Since I started this blog, the regularity of my posts has varied considerably. I have recently started updating this blog again after a break of a few years. I hope now to continue to share my thoughts and interests here.

As the tagline states, this blog features ‘places I’ve been and things I’ve seen’. This marvellously ambiguous promise gives me freedom to talk about pretty much anything (as long as I have been there or seen it I suppose). So far, I have enjoyed posting about puzzles that intrigue me, videos that I have enjoyed, art I have created and photos of things I have done… so expect to see more of this sort of thing.

To date, by far my most read post is ‘How to make a cardboard box‘. I’m not quite sure why this is, but it got ranked quite high in Google Images. Other posts I am quite proud of (which I suggest you have a look at) are  ‘My top ten British sitcoms‘ and ‘List of games that you can play for free‘.

I hope that you enjoy this blog. Please leave a comment or contact me if you have any thoughts or suggestions.

— updated on 11/10/2017 —

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7 thoughts on “About this blog

  1. For a PhD to be with such a complex subject your mastering, you seem to write very simply and from the heart. I predict you will be very successful, both in your chosen career and your new blog.

    I am very interested in your career, actually – or really the study of human biomechanics. What are your goals, hopes and dreams in this area? Where will you work? Will you travel?

    Sandra Bell Kirchman
    Wizards and Ogres and Elves…oh my!

    • Thanks for the encouragement. Yeah, I find the field quite interesting… more so than more traditional areas of engineering. I hope to finish my PhD soon! Then… who knows… not me.

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  3. Thanks for finding my site, Mike. Good luck with school, your yet-to-be-determined job, and the 2011 post-a-day challenge. I like your photos! If the hip replacement gig doesn’t work out, try a career in photography! 🙂

  4. I’ve only just found your blog, so have only just seen a few posts but it looks good to me! My own blog’s just about four months shy of two years old and it has kept changing all the way through, it’s a process of discovery and I hope you’ll find that yours is too. (I’ve been blogging since 2004, but different blogs).

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