Two observations about my recent blogging habits. Firstly, I’m apparently blogging less than I did this time last year. Secondly, perhaps my twittering has reduced my interest in blogging.
I’m aware of the former, but I dispute the latter. I’ve been busy, attempting to think about what I blog about and when I do so, and yes, I apologise if I’ve been quieter than “normal”. I do want to get more technical again, and I’ll make an effort to do so.
In the meantime, here is a break from the norm. Stop reading now if you came for highbrow discussion of technology trends.
A fascinating and utterly frivolous fact that I learned from a Toffee Crisp wrapper the other day:
Cats will not walk on tin foil
Since making this discovery, my mind has been working overtime:
- Do cats know something that we don’t?
- Who discovered this? How did they do so?
- Does it matter which way up the tin foil is?
- How can I test the theory? Given a cat’s ability to leap a reasonably large obstacle, how large a piece of foil would I need to lay down and in what configuration would it have to be in order to place the cat in a position where it had no other choice?
- What else won’t cats walk on? We already know that a hot tin roof is no problem…