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Parkinson’s Law

This bike needs a shed…

Yesterday, at work, I was introduced to the concept of “Bikeshedding”, which my colleague (who is unaware of my medical condition) told me was also called Parkinson’s Law.

Wikipedia (that not-entirely-credible repository of all things known to geek) states that Parkinson’s Law (which is not to be confused with Parkinson’s Law of Triviality)  is:

Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.
Cyril Northcote Parkinson

So very true. But not what my colleague was referring to. Continue reading


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Cheeky cross-blog marketing ploy

I recently introduced you to my Art Blog.

If you have a wander round, you might find a few paintings of LEGO® minifigures. Little tiny things, 7 cm square, they are – just for fun, really. (I tend to consider the landscapes to be the “serious” work.) Over the past year, I have painted 56 minifigure paintings – and now I have collected them all together in a book.

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