This "blocki" is a cross between a blog and a wiki. It is an experimental platform, intended for all those miscellaneous thoughts I want to share as they occur, like a blog, but keep growing on me so I want to go back and keep them up to date, like a wiki. It has proved its worth and has become as useful to me personally as has is for sharing, if not more so, steadily eating into my "bright ideas I am working on" workspace.

If you want to offer a comment on any topic I ramble on about, please follow the Contact link and send me an email. If it is useful then I will add it to the page. But I will not be accepting trivia or rants. For more about the site design and (lack of) technology, see The Blocki Experiment.


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Latest news

11 July 2022, Pantext. First outline of my proposed text markup language.

5 July 2022, A Radical Liberal Manifesto. Update, especially Digital Public Goods.

21 June 2022, Towards a Theory of Qualia. Update: the executive dashboard and other tweaks.

21 June 2022, The Shape of the Universe. What we do and don't know about it.

8 June 2022, On the Origins of Life and Viruses. Update: assorted small thoughts.

8 Apr 2022, Specious speciation. Go on, admit it. It's time to clear up the mess.

6 Apr 2022, The Free Will Transformation. Exploding the myth of determinism.

22 Feb 2022, HTML 5 Sucks. Update: Overlapping and the z-index.

9 Feb 2022, The pseudosceptics. Fanatical sceptics only pretend to science and reason.

27 Jan 2022, Precognition? Perhaps. Update: Expanded discussion on fakery, scepticism and proof.

21 Nov 2021, Diesel Good, Petrol Bad. If we want to save the planet, we have it back to front.

3 Nov 2021, Look At Your Self. Update: With zombies, and other imporvements.

9 Oct 2021, Aerospace section split off as a separate website.

4 Oct 2021, Site revamp. Layout reorganised and other tweaks.

27 Sept 2021, Anatomy of a Thought. More about what a thought or experience really is.