Archive for September, 2007

Over the course of three days from last Wednesday to Friday, the Osmosoft office in Soho was overrun by members of the TiddlyWiki community. This ensemble had been gathered together to 1.) celebrate the third anniversary of the creation of TiddlyWiki 2.) introduce the TiddlyWiki community to the Osmosoft team and 3.) invite the wider […]


One of the fantastic perks of being on the Osmosoft team is our use of high-end macs as our primary work machines. Mine is one of the new MacBook Pro’s with an Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB Ram, and lots of other stats that make a geek drool :). And if that wasn’t impressive enough, […]


Update: Once you’re done reading the below, see part two, where the collection agency gets involved… If you ever are looking at health clubs in the UK, DO NOT JOIN LA FITNESS. I’ve just ended a roller-coaster customer experience with them, and wanted to share my horror story. After originally signing up to a one-year […]


One of my current roles is the lead of a team responsible for implementing cool tech solutions for traditional organizational issues, which gives me the freedom and opportunity to try new ways of solving those business issues. This latest adventure involved building a quick-hit prototype to assist with improving our customer service via blogs. I […]


After a two-night stay in Brighton, while attending the dConsruct 2007 User Experience Design conference, and a botched attempt to attend barCamp Brighton (sold-out multiple times over), I’m actually fairly relieved to be back in central London. There’s just something comfortable about sitting outside along a familiar area (Goodge St. in my case) and writing […]


So with my second sailing experience behind me, and two weeks of recovery post all the physical exhaustion and mental trauma, I’m still giddy with the enjoyment in being challenged so severely and only being able to just barely get by.  If you can’t tell already, I’m a fairly confident person in most everyday interactions: […]