Technological ‘crimes’ are evolving faster than the law.

No legal recourse for modern, technological crimes The seemingly limitless capabilities of various technological advances are both positive and negative. With new opportunities, it’s unfortunately possible to commit more harmful actions, including those that might legitimately be construed as crimes. Certainly, by general consensus, they can be objectionable, but not offend the letter of the... Continue Reading →

Learning to scuba dive in Corfu, Greece

Amongst the various activities I’m thoroughly missing, scuba diving ranks very highly. It’s an experience unlike any other, whilst Corfu was a spectacular place to learn. Exhilarating, whilst simultaneously therapeutic, scuba diving is so enjoyable, and one of the first things I hope to revisit once travel restrictions ease. Learning in Corfu was entirely unique... Continue Reading →

Harmless Escapism: Unspoken actions

               “Thomas Fairfax.” I glanced around, intrigued. Another character to acquaint myself with. A name I had never heard before. Here I was, I position I’d never have believed imaginable. On the perimeter of a crime scene, cordoning off one shop from the remainder of the high-street. About to be introduced to some senior member.... Continue Reading →

Taking care of yourself – my mental health statement

Focussing on mental health is absolutely wonderful, and incredibly important. Subsequently, I thought I’d contribute my views, should this statement be either valuable or (less likely) original. Remembering to take care of yourself is precious, especially during periods of difficulty, and given the plethora of modern challenges we face. Our brains might be fascinating, but... Continue Reading →

Touring Slovenia: Ljubljana to Lake Bled

Though growing in popularity, Slovenia is an underrated gem, offering a rich variety of activities and stunning landscape! Whilst touring two summers ago, my travel companion and I spent an enjoyable weekend in Ljubljana (Luub-lee-ah-na), before gracing Lake Bled with our presence, first detouring through Skofja Loka and Kranj. This stunning country is remarkably welcoming,... Continue Reading →

The March of the Midges

An impossibly vast carpet of blue melted into the distant horizon, the cloudless sky bleeding almost imperceptibly into the water. From here, the sea appeared everything that was. Coated by a shimmering sheen, the waves had journeyed thousands of unbroken miles to visit the cliff face, which stood quaking at the land’s end. Now glistening,... Continue Reading →

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