Hi there

This site is really about things that I find interesting on the web, tips and tricks and personal experiences that I feel that I should share with the world.

All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. The owner of this blog makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. The owner will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. The owner will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information. These terms and conditions of use are subject to change at anytime and without notice.

Thanks for stopping by to read what is coming “Out of My Mind”.


Michael Scanlen


6 Responses Leave a comment

  1. #1Murray @ 2011-1-15 21:56 Reply

    This promises to be an interesting enterprise to follow

  2. #2timon @ 2011-4-14 14:24 Reply

    well i can vouch for the out my mind part. thanks.. this is great so far

  3. #3Murray @ 2011-5-23 00:31 Reply

    1 Trillion dollars. I could use that pile.
    Just let me fetch my forklift.

  4. #4billy tosh @ 2014-3-14 14:42 Reply

    Dear Mike..read with interest your article on diabetes and weight loss. I am the cured diabetic featured in You and Huisgenoot in November last year. I wish you well and know full well the terrible effects of T2DM. I want you to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel. I am now med free for over a year with an average fasting sugar level of 3.3.
    If I can be of any help at all, feel free to contact me.

    All the best
    Billy Tosh

  5. #5daddyr @ 2014-8-2 17:36 Reply

    Hi MadMike. Coincidence that this is also (to my mother-in-law’s disgust) my nickname for my brother-in-law. I just hope you are not as dim as he is because, thanks to your articles on the Nexa Vega N4 I wnt out and bought one today. For years I have clung to my trusty, very basic Nokia but the time has come that I need to be able to get emails 24/7 due to the nature of my work. I prefer direct phone calls but the IT department wants everything recorded and they use a computerised system (to stretch a term) that sends out emails about problems that need to be fixed around the University where I work. Unfortunately for me there is no user manual. Should there be? I can’t ask the shop now late on Saturday afternoon as they are shut and it was their last N4 anyway. My youngest daughter just jeered and said it shouldn’t be a problem but that was coming from someone who has never rtfm’d anyway and I don’t think can read anything unless its displayed on a screen. I’ve tried searching for an on-line manual to no avail so have you any suggestions of how I could move forward? Thanks for an enjoyable read. I’ve bookmarked your site so that I can get back to everything I didn’t have time to read today. Best regards. daddyr.

    • MadMike @ 2015-5-3 20:51 Reply

      Hi there, I hope that you have had may happy calls with your Nexa Vega N4. I loved the phone, however a study table did not and cracked the screen in half when I reached across the table with it in my pocket. The supplier wants R2000,00 to repair it, so in the meantime I am using a ZTE dual sim phone. Do give an update on your experience with the phone please. BTW – a manual should not be necessary 🙂

Leave a Reply

(Ctrl + Enter)