Archive for December, 2006

Whoops…

December 10th, 2006

I changed the design template for the site, and it seems to have hidden from existence any comments on the “About” and “Why Bugbread” pages. So if you’ve recently commented on one of those pages, then: welcome, and don’t worry, the comment deletion wasn’t personal, but accidental.

This is Good

December 3rd, 2006

Tony vs. Paul

The Eternal Struggle Against My Own Native Language

December 3rd, 2006

Something that is mildly annoying for someone like me, who enjoys writing so much, is that my English spelling is hopelessly muddled. I don’t mean that I’m a bad speller. Far from it. But when I was born, my parents were living in the UK. Back then (1974), books in the UK were much, much, […]

The Gaming Drought Is Over

December 3rd, 2006

I’ve been in a bit of a gaming drought, not finding any good games worth playing.  I’ve got my eye on the Wii, but I’ve been burned by buying a game console too early in the development cycle, and then finding out that very few games come out for it, so I’ve decided to give […]

Where do all the balaclava go?

December 2nd, 2006

I’ve never seen a balaclava being worn in real life.  In the movies, on the faces of SWAT teams, hit men, or terrorists, sure.  But not in real life. I’ve heard rumour that they’re worn by regular, not-involved-in-shooting-people type people in really cold climates.  I can groove on that. However, they’re sold in Tokyo.  I’ve […]