So many memories for me watching this. When I first started following Liverpool 25 years ago, there no way I thought it would take that long to find their way back to the top. There's a lot covered in 90 minutes and it's interesting to see the various personalities the club put in charge over the years.
Posted 9th Sep 2020 @ 20:43
I'd love to own something like this, what a great project this would be to take on with my son or with my dad (or both). Although I found engines a little dull in my youth, I have fond memories of taken them apart and servicing cars with grandfather. This would take me right back to those days.
Posted 7th Sep 2020 @ 13:01
It's been a very long time since I've looked at doing anything like this manually. I just tried it using the details found here and even though the tutorial specifies that the key phrase should be the same length, repeating the key phrase again and again lets you do longer messages.
Not sure my 6 year old will get it but I'm gonna put a list of messages together using a few different techniques and will see if she can unscramble them on the weekend.
Posted 7th Sep 2020 @ 10:22
I've worked with remote team mates for the past 8 years and it's never really been a problem. Of course, it's great to meet up and socialise in person but the time you get back from not having to commute is huge.
I much prefer working in the office but I have the luxury of a short commute. If I was still trapping across London I'm sure I'd feel differently about that.
Posted 6th Sep 2020 @ 16:47
I really like the Siri watch face for the Apple Watch, but it drains battery faster than others and recently the data sources seem to be a bit odd. I knew there was a way to adjust it, but it's not exactly where I thought it would be. Bit of an odd place to put it, but at least I can tune it a bit more to my tastes now.
Posted 4th Sep 2020 @ 13:16