The normal advice for a blog is to pick a subject area and concentrate on creating content solely on that subject.
I'm not doing that.
I'm interested in a lot of different things - cycling, technology, the enviroment, philosophy, science and news - and I like to write about them all from time to time. If that means my blog is too unfocussed or eclectic to gain a large audience, so be it. I mostly write for my own amusement anyway.
There are categories at the top for those who are only interested in one topic.
If you're not sure where to start, maybe try the tag cloud or featured posts to the right.
There's also an Atom feed of all posts.
I'm a software engineer who enjoys doing sport more than watching it, unless I know the people involved. I live in Wiltshire with my wife and daughter.
I agree with Phil Gaimon about what the rules for cycling ought to be.
Here are a collection of links to my other things:
In the interest of keeping the design simple, this blog has no comment system.
However I'm keen to hear your opinions about what I've written and any suggestions or corrections.
You can contact me via email if you can turn this into an address: thinks =at= jamesbradbury.co.uk