‘No sales please, we’re British’ – The week when Wannacry came to town

Wannacry – If you work in the tech industry, it was the best of weeks, it was the worst of weeks, depending on how you view the world.

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Why my taxi driver Alan is smarter than you

If I’m honest, I don’t see what the big deal is.

I need my local council to spin up a train station within walking distance of my house on the days I need to go into London. Then disassemble and move it 10 miles down the road on the days that I don’t. I’m yet to nail the details but I have enough on my plate keeping the UK economy afloat with my awesomeness.

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The art of not growing up

Do you see how happy I look in that photo? My typical default ‘resting sarcasm’ facial expression, replaced by sheer joy. Look at me, I’m like a little competition winner.

Somebody sent me that photo just two days ago. It was taken last December on the set of a short video that I’d written and directed. It made me smile instantly because I can seldom remember laughing so much in one week.

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I got 99 problems but a pitch ain’t one

I sat in a room with a big global IT vendor last December who I really like; in fact, everyone loves this brand, it’s been scientifically proven. Also as potential clients go for Dapster, you couldn’t order a more perfect example on Amazon Prime.

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"You want us to pay for ideas? Really?"

I turned 40 recently and it hurt. I don't like being old, it sucks.

There is one upside to getting older though. People tend to ask my opinion because I have 'experience', deemed an 'expert' and these days, well, I'm also really clever.

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