Monthly Archives: June 2015

Going silent for a short time

I’m going off line for a few weeks. Wednesday, Thursday and today I was on training for the ISTQB Technical Test Analyst Certificate. I write the exam on the 20th July, so for the next few weeks I’ll be studying … Continue reading

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A recipe I wish to share with everyone

Today is my sister’s birthday. Yesterday, we had the party for her at our parents’ place. They arrived home from an overseas vacation last week. I’d promised them I’d make them a meal that I had accidentally discovered, and found … Continue reading

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Farewell lilady, and some good news to soften the bad

A few weeks ago, I learnt something very sad. Lilady, a regular commenter around the internet and a ferocious opponent of quackery and antivaccine drivel, passed away a few months ago. From the various in memoria to her, I learnt … Continue reading

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