Yes, this is completely shocking, i've not blogged yet this year, and it is nearly the END of February! I guess I've contained the rant so far! I've just come back from yet another awesome Girl Geek Dinner, wait scratch that, it is now Refactor NZ! And it is as awesome as it ever was! … Continue reading Girl Geek Dinner becomes RefactorNZ & musings about coding
It's a bit of a lazy start to the new year. I'm in year two of the Taught masters, so no more papers, just the research dissertation to go. I've gotten a bit of Ahead start by meeting with my supervisor before the year actually started, but am trying not to let that be an … Continue reading Research and Life
Been a bit of a quiet year on the blogging front for me, so this will be my last one for 2014, with my only resolution to increase the rate of blogginess in 2015! 🙂 We're having a quiet one at home this year, and it feels like the calm before the storm right now. … Continue reading Last blog of 2014
This is going to be a true rambling. It will just start, and probably kinda end when I feel like it. I've had a bit of a mixed weekend. Firstly, I went to a BBQ to hang out with some mates who, admittedly, we've drifted away from in recent times. Through no fault of anyone, … Continue reading Mixed Results
This is a bit of a film review post as well as a high five and kudos to Hollywood recently! Last two movies I've seen is the remake of Dredd and Interstellar. Those of you that read my blog regularly (or follow my crazy ramblings on Twitter) know that I'm proudly and loudly a feminist. … Continue reading Interstellar, Dredd and kudos all round
BE EXCITED! It is the fifth year of the GREAT Twitter Secret Santa of New Zealand! Started by @websam in 2010 for his friends and tweep friends, and since 2012 it got too big for his breeches (sorry @websam!) Registrations open on 13th November! so mark your diaries! Now New Zealand Post has been doing it … Continue reading Secret Santa!!
As a cis-gendered female living here in the great land of Aotearoa, I am going to go vote next Saturday. I will not be harassed, I will drive myself there (probably) and I will choose who I want to run this country. My vote means the same as the kabillionaire that lives in Remuera, as … Continue reading Democracy and New Zealand