"On September 25th 2008, Compendium Games of Burnley (epicentre of the universe) held their 2nd annual painting competition in association with Games Workshop. Like last year, the Stirpe clan turned up in force. "
"Remember that last day of term at school? No work ever got done, the teachers didn’t want to teach and the students didn’t want to learn. What was needed to solve this learning conundrum was a win-win solution – Enter “the Word Search”. It just about passed as education and, if you included the odd Freudian dirty word, it passed as fun. Everyone was happy. Lets re-launch that tradition right now, the Duffield Towers guide to wasting time on the Internet without playing games or..."
"For those of you who have attended a training course in the past, you will be familiar with the tradition of completing an evaluation form (aka happy sheet) prior to leaving on the last day. The forms that we have used for quite some time deal with issues such as courseware, course content, instructor, environment etc. Each item can be given a score from 1 (Unacceptable) to 9 (Excellent or Exceeded Expectations)."
"I have just arrived in Sydney to deliver a Silverlight for Developers training event for Microsoft to some of their partners in Australia. This is the first time that I have made this journey and now that I have arrived at my hotel and opened the mini bar, I sit down reflecting on my journey."
"If it’s good enough for Barak Obama, it’s good enough for me. "
"I opened exploratory talks recently with the current Mrs D. regarding the purchase of a new piece of kit for use here at Duffield Towers. Her response, that we had more computing power than Jodrell Bank, forced me to reconsider my intended purchase..."
"Over the last two years, I have chatted to hundreds of people about their Microsoft strategies. Over the last 10 months, I’ve asked seminar delegates to complete a survey with the promise that I’d share the results with you. Three figures worth of people were surveyed..."
"Despite how it might occur in search engines, I am not suggesting any form of attack on Adobe Flash. "