Selling LibTech & Burton Snowboards

I’m having a bit of a sort out at the moment, and that includes getting rid of some of my snowboards. I’ve listed them all on ebay; at: My original Burton snowboard My WIDE LibTech Skate-Banana My NORMAL LibTech Skate-Banana If you’re interested in any of these; please bid!  I’ve also got some yellow/green Burton […]

Blockchain; gateway to cryptography?

“What is a blockchain?” is probably one of the most frequent questions I’ve had to answer in the last 12 months.  What makes it more difficult is the answer more often than not has to take into account the varied knowledge and experience of the inquirer. I’ve got a reasonable background in understanding the cryptography […]

Freedom to do evil?

One of the key paradoxes about freedom is the freedom to do both right and wrong.  We balance freedom with laws that restrict certain freedoms by providing limits on what society regards as acceptable.  In a completely open model, those freedoms can be used for both good and evil.  Despite being of a liberal mindset, I also […]

Embracing imperfection

Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence. — Vince Lombardi As a consequence of both election results, in the UK with #Brexit and in the USA with #Trump, I have found myself thinking about the impact that the role I play in society has on such events. I’ve worked […]