Monthly Archives: September 2014

Think Drone Strikes Are Okay?

With all the current ruckus with respect to potential terror attacks – (the threat of which I am not seeking to understate) – and Australia likely heading into Iraq to carry out airstrikes, it is probably important to gain a perspective on how potential terror attacks are dealt with. John Oliver nails it once again.

A Personal Statement

A few people have asked me of late, why I haven’t been writing as much this year, so I thought it might be time to take a moment to say a few things to clear the air. So far, 2014 hasn’t been the greatest in my life. By no means has it been an ‘annus […]

Sunday Nerding: London Crossrail

Like many nerds, I find trains and railways fascinating. I also love a great engineering story. Today I present the first part of a documentary series into London’s new Crossrail project, the first new addition to their underground system in over 30 years.

Bombers Eliminated After Poor Second Half

NORTH MELBOURNE 2.3 2.4 9.5 14.9 (93) ESSENDON 2.4 6.7 10.8 12.9 (81) GOALS North Melbourne: Brown 4, Thomas 3, Petrie 2, Dal Santo, Greenwood, Gibson, Ziebell, Cunnington Essendon: Daniher 4, Colyer 2, Chapman 2, Goddard, Howlett, Bellchambers, Ryder BEST North Melbourne: Wells, Brown, Greenwood, Gibson, Cunnington, Thompson Essendon: Heppell, Chapman, Watson, Daniher, Colyer, Hurley […]