I love reading. Most of what I read is non-fiction and relates either to computer science, business or nature.
I'm always busy reading a few books at the same time, and I often have some textbooks that I'm working through.
Personal story for a change. I grew up in both South Africa (in my early childhood) and Kenya (most of my school year). After completing my schooling, I left Kenya to go and study in South Africa.
South Africa was really strange for me at the time. It was just the time when everything was changing. I was very pleased that things were changing, but didn't feel like I really related to what was going on. I didn't really understand what had happened in South Africa.
I'm one of those people who finds comfort in a routine. I want my day to be organized, for my business to be planned out and to basically be on top of things. But I've found that just isn't really the way life works...not mine anyway.
This has been especially frustrating as I've started running my own business this last year. I want it to work like clockwork, but it never really does.
I've been a long time fitness enthusiast. Now in my forties, I'm finding it more and more important to keep up my workouts to keep myself feeling good and looking good.
Some time back I wrote down my workout routine. Since then it has gone through many changes, so I thought it's time for an update.
I recently chatted to someone who would like to start trying out linux. I gave him some advice about what I thought might be an interesting way to get to know Linux and what it's all about.
I thought it might make a nice blog post, so here goes. Note, this post is rather aimed at nerds, or people who like to tinker a bit.
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