Monthly Archives: August 2011

Diary for a year – an textual analysis.

This is going to be a bit of strange blog post, but I’ll see how it turns out. As I mentioned in my last blog post, I kept a diary for a year. All of it is in text files, … Continue reading

Posted in Home, Juggling, Life, Meta, Philosophy, Photography, plans and goals, Podcasts, Travel, Videos, Writing | Leave a comment

Diary for a year (or “why it’s been quieter on the blog the last 365 days”)

Last year, on my birthday, I decided to keep a diary. Why? For various reasons, but for a start, here’s part of the very first entry: “I was listening to a podcast featuring Richard Herring. In it he did a … Continue reading

Posted in Juggling, Life, Meta, Philosophy, plans and goals, Writing | Leave a comment

New art from Jeremy Geddes on my wall.

A few months ago I spotted a Facebook update by Jeremy Geddes about a new painting he had just completed. When I saw it for the first time I knew I just had to have it! It is called “A … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Home, Life, Photography | 1 Comment

EJC 2011 Munich Photos

This past week I attended the European Juggling Convention. While I organized eight shows in eight days, and performed in six of those shows and one other, I managed to take some photos. I uploaded some photos as I went … Continue reading

Posted in Juggling, Juggling Convention Photos, Photography | Leave a comment