Critical Zero

The online refuge of Andy Pearson
He’s been gone for a while, the posts are gathering dust...

Life

A Year and a Day

11th May 2014

Still annual. Oh yeah.

Though this year I’m actually a day (and a bit) late. I would have been on time, but yesterday I was riding my bike, reading on trains and hanging out with excellent people. Next year I’ll be back on schedule. Promise.

A quinquennium of blogging.

Here are the other posts in this series.

Continue reading...

Life

2012-2013

10th May 2013

Yup. It appears that I’m an annual blogger. I didn’t even know that was a thing. Four years in a row, not bad.

I had a plan (the almighty patten) for this post. I’ve been drafting it on and off in my head for the past few days. I knew the date was approaching, I knew I had to sit here once again, figure out something to say and remember how to do Markdown links.

However, before I get to the main bit (fear the pattern) something rather interesting happened…

Continue reading...

Life

One More Year

10th May 2012

It’s been another year since I last posted here. Apparently I am now an annual blogger. Never my intention, but better than nothing.

Sitting down to write something feels completely alien. Only the significance of this date is keeping me focused.

Continue reading...

Life

One Year

10th May 2011

It’s been exactly a year since I last posted here. A far cry from the posting volume I managed during my attempt(s) at Project52. I can’t even blame Twitter, I barely write there either.

I noticed a few weeks ago that this date was approaching, and I was hoping to find the time to put together something that represented the year I have had, but other things have got in the way.

Continue reading...

Business

This is Shock

10th May 2010

As already mentioned I have left my previous job and have moved on to pastures new.

These new pastures also happen to be somewhat familiar as it turns out I’m going to be spending a lot more time in the study of the flat I already inhabit.

I’m going freelance, flying solo, founding a company, starting a business, or however else you like to phrase the risky exchange of a consistent salary in favour of more creative freedom.

Continue reading...