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About this website

In February or March 2013, I bought some webspace when I was trying to get an online contract job as a web developer/programmer.  Considering I have been studying compsci for several years at uni, I was not very good and I had to quit the job because it was too hard.  However, the webspace was paid for for 3 months, so I decided to set up this blog, for myself and hoping to get friends to contribute too.  I hope it is of interest to my friends and maybe even people I don’t know yet!  Please comment on posts!

Have you released some music?  Or a short story or a Youtube video?  Let me know and I’ll try to review it on this site.  Email man@amberoid.co.uk.

9 Comments

  • That certainly brings back memories about the gameboy!. I agree that the these classic games can be sought out on ebay for next to nothing and even then the nostalgia value alone is worth it!

  • I haven’t played it for the gameboy, but when I am in the mood, this is my go to beat’em that I play with my aunt, along with Fatal Fury.

  • I just started reading some basic stuff on computer science, like the basic concepts, right now I am studying the Artificial Intelligence (AI) but just surface stuff. I think I agree with you that it is somewhat difficult, because I came across some mathematical aspects and I don’t really understand.
    Your website looks good and I would love to make contributions.

  • I don’t know how to join in this website i hope someone who could teach me how to join here

  • How do I join this website?

  • Some great content you have especially about mental health. I personally study Computer Science online through various platforms which provide both audio and video content.
    I would love to contribute my experiences.

  • All my post are not being approved? Why? I followed all instructions!

    • The Most Ordinary Man Ever

      August 19, 2018 at 2:28 pm

      Hi arnorth,

      There’s currently a backlog, it’s taking me a while to get through everybody. Sorry for the delay.

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