Archive for March, 2014

For My Son: Lego Figurines (2014-3-21)

This post is especially for my son – Ethan – whose current interest revolves around LEGO, and who in a short space of time has managed to accumulate a small collection of LEGO Mini-Figurines. At least the pocket money is being used for something more beneficial than Ben10 figurines (that lay around) or Transformer cars […]

Windows App: Multi Commander (File Management) (2014-3-19)

As someone who was brought up using DOS and good old Nortons Commander (remember that) on computers, I have always found that Windows Explorer seems to be lacking “something”. I think it may be the multiple panes in which one can work in, or the keyboard shortcuts, anyway I have been looking around for a […]

HOWTO: Make Dora the Explorer Party Decorations (2014-3-17)

In this post you are going to read about how I made other decorations for my daughters Dora the Explorer themed birthday party. If you have not looked at the previous post on “HOWTO: Make a Dora the Explorer Map” then do yourself a favor and check it out. I recon its pretty cool 🙂 […]

14 March 2013 – LCHF Post Word Spreading! (2014-3-15)

When I started this blog in 2011 it was for both fun as well as information sharing purposes. It was literally about things that were coming “Out of my Mind”. I would write up a few posts and then schedule for them to be published and then see how many hits I would get and […]

HOWTO: Make a Dora the Explorer Map (2014-3-15)

Every year we choose a theme for our kids birthday parties and this year as my daughter is a huge fan of Dora the Explorer, we knew what theme it was going to be… Now for those of you who don’t know about Dora the Explorer, let me bring you up to speed quickly.  It […]

Android: Flappy Bird (no more) (2014-3-13)

Every now and then someone makes something so simple that it becomes an instant hit. But when that same person then removes it because it is “to addictive” then you need to ask yourself – huh? If you have never heard of Flappy Bird let me introduce you, to well, the bird… It might not […]