About this blog and I
This blog covers some of the things I think about as co-founder of Bibliofaction and as creator of Done by When, but mostly it’s nonsense. Think of it as a place where I practice touch-typing (while tactile keyboards still exist) and then sometimes press ‘publish’ for you to see.
Yes, this blog is ugly. And yes, I call myself a designer. It’s ugly as an exercise, and prettiness is an overrated measure of design skill anyway. For some prettier examples of my work, see my portfolio on Behance.
This is not a blog about keeping chickens, growing vegetables, carving spoons and walking sticks, learning to ride a bike, baking bread, eco-living, learning French, playing bass guitar, reading books and many other things I happen to like.
So, whilst sometimes I might not be able to stop myself posting photos of onions, on the whole this blog is about online things: fundraising, optimizing, testing, thinking, campaigning, learning, sharing, improving and so on. But you can probably work out that out from the things I post anyway. If the things I post look like my blog is about something else, that’s probably what my blog is actually about.