The earliest computer game / TV game I can recall seeing was a game of Tennis and it was in a furniture shop in Westville call “Mack Nemees” there was some sort of device connected to a TV. I was probably about 10 or 11 years old. At about age 14 Hugh (my brother in… Read More The Games we played (or tried to play)
I follow a bubble blowing blogger called Peter who runs a WordPress blog called ‘Before I Kick”, he’s complied list of up to 1001 songs and 100’s of things to do and listen to he dies. I’ve chosen to emulate his purposeful approach to completing his list of things to enjoy. You can read his… Read More 1000’s of Things to Do before I die
The art and gift of creating thing is so much more rewarding than consuming things. Lets be clear here, one does not necessary need to be physically creating something satisfied although I suspect there is additional reward in physical making something which did not exist previously. It’s increasingly clear to me that creating, wether it… Read More The Difference between Creating and Consuming
How I and so many other men and women grew up in South Africa to be free thinkers is something of a mystery, so I will give some thought to some of the influences in my life, including TV. Below is the untold Story about the SABC which reveals much of the conservative thinking around… Read More South African Television Programs
I’ve always maintained that authors and musicians don’t listen to or read the same types of books and music they write or compose I’m sure they look and listen at what their contemporaries are doing, but it’s certainly not their staple diet . Musicians themselves dine on a balanced diet of Music, Art and Literature, though if… Read More Bowie’s top 100 Books to read.
Here’s a story about the remaking of Raiders of the Lost Ark, a movie which features in my list of top feel good movies. I enjoyed this movie series many times at the drive-in with my friends. For whichever reason this and “Good Morning Vietnam” featured a number of times in my viewing history, probably… Read More Remaking Raiders of the Lost Ark
I have enjoyed using the Coraline Them, A squeaky-clean theme featuring a custom menu, header, background, and layout. Coraline supports 7 widget areas (up to 3 in the sidebar, four in the footer) and featured images (thumbnails for gallery posts and custom header images for posts and pages). It includes styles for print and the Visual… Read More The Coraline Theme