Embrace the Love

Sometimes the fact that people don’t like you can be a catalyst for innovation. A friend of mine, Terry, loves retro computer games. Well, I say “retro” but I really mean computer games that he liked as  a kid. What he likes about those old games was the attention to game play — the desire of the programmers to engage and surprise the...

A chilled out world?

I like the idea of a chilled out world – but I just don’t buy it. There seems to be way too many “chillin” types out there and not enough us frreeeaakin’ types. Either it is the time of day I visited, or the type of visitor that the site attracts, but the WorldChill site seems way too laid back for me. At least there were pockets...

Time to move!

Being a bit of a technology boffin I thought I could do it all myself. But even I have to admit defeat. I will miss the control – but I wont miss the frustration! So from today, the Servant of Chaos blog lives on TypePad. I will move the previous posts over this weekend. Thanks for staying with me!

Bring Others Along With You

I was very excited to receive my copy of The Big Moo today. I had forgotten that I had ordered it sometime ago – but the good folks over at A&R reminded me, and duly shipped it in! Of course, the day was busy with … well business, but this evening I have been able to cast a quick eye over the content. Is it good? I can’t tell yet. Is it...

Does Anyone Read a Blog?

Seems there is a long, long way to go before blogs really do begin to have an impact on the wider community. John Moore over at Brand Autopsy shows the results of a Wall Street Journal online poll indicating that 62% of those polled DO NOT read blogs. I think this would be higher in Australia. For me, the question is not really how many are reading blogs, but...