Glen McNamee
How I became the Zoella of sewage
Posted on Oct 11, 2016 in Life

So I was on the Metro travelling to Newcastle Airport. Why I was doing this was, like most things I do, unimportant. The important thing is a poster I saw on my Metro travels.

Steam Logo Duplicate Steam Keys
Posted on May 29, 2016 in Gaming

I have a lot of spare Steam Keys for games I already own. I’d really like to swap these duplicates for games I don’t already own, or failing that just give them away to nice people I know in real life or online.

Three Bigots Standing for Middlesbrough Council
Posted on Apr 21, 2015 in Politics

It’s election time again. This is my favourite time, as I get to dig through candidates social media profiles to see exactly what sort of people they are.

Five Rob Hubbard Tunes you might not have heard
Posted on Mar 21, 2015 in c64

Rob Hubbard is undoubtedly the most famous musician to write music from the Commodore, but you may not of heard some of his work on other machines.

Back in Time Live 2015 Ten reasons to back the Back In Time Live Brighton Kickstarter
Posted on Mar 2, 2015 in c64

Back in Time Live a live concert of music from the 1980’s 8-bit home computer Commodore 64 music hosted by Video Game musician and legend Ben Daglish feature performances from bands SID’80s, PRESS PLAY ON TAPE, Fastloaders and more.

I’m on Twitter
Posted on Jan 4, 2015 in Links

I imagine everybody who reads this blog (insert joke about how that’s a very low number of people) knows I’m on twitter at @glenmcnamee. However, if you don’t and you have any sort of vague interest here’s a Wordcloud of the things I say on twitter.

2014 – A year in Review.
Posted on Jan 1, 2015 in Life

2014 was a year. Lets do one of those retrospective things on it. Mainly pictures, because pictures are easy and words are hard.

Views of Europe (from Hotel Windows)
Posted on Sep 23, 2014 in Life

I’m very lucky because sometimes my job takes me to interesting and beautiful places. I’m not lucky enough to have a lot of time in these places, and usually just get the view them out of the window of my Hotel room, or a Taxi on the way to a meeting. I thought I would share some images from my recent trips.

How not to fix the UK’s economy
Posted on Sep 22, 2014 in Politics

It’s been a while since I’ve seen something this stupid in my Facebook feed, so to celebrate I’ve made this post with a terrible click bait title.

Does UKIP support Gay Relationships?
Posted on Jul 10, 2014 in Politics

Only if you consider Homophobia as support.

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