20 things that defined 2020

2020 was a strange start to the decade with the Covid-19 crisis. Here are 20 key highlights of mine.

A big market for little parts?

Recent flaws in product purchases from Hasbro and Maisto make me wonder why there isn’t a market for tiny 3D printed parts to replace missing or broken parts in collectibles.

“The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers. But above all, the world needs dreamers who do.” —Sarah Ban Breathnach

Do we need digital?

In the day and age of digital there are some times when we should still stick to analogue solutions. Here are a few thoughts.


There are few arcade games I remember from the 80’s. As a kid this game confused me, I probably kept crashing into the wall. What I do remember is that its the first isometric game that I ever saw.

VR Vigil swinging into action

A visual treat in the spotlight The Dutch national ballet allows you experience ballet like never before with this beautifully orchestrated VR video. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be on stage with ballet dancers gyrating around you, look no further. This experience will help you develop an all new level of respect for the art form that is ballet. The playstation VR headset unboxing I am sure a lot of people are going to be looking out for these VR headsets when they

Perfection in a cup

A poem about how to make the perfect cup of tea in the morning, inspired by my Uncle instructions. Being in charge of tea estate’s, he knows his teas.

Aviation Art

Sketches and paintings of aircraft. Including the Fairey Swordfish and Messerschmidt BF 109

Origami fun

Butterfly, Kangaroo and another Tsuru. It’s so much easier to learn origami from YouTube compared to folding from drawings in a book!

Pushing the button

What does India’s push for a panic button really mean and how will it pan out? Here are a few thoughts on this tech push that made the headlines this week.