week.length = x;

A weekly update of what I’m currently reading, watching and listening to.


x = reading

Einstein – Walter Isacson

An interesting book by the same author of the Steve Job’s Biography “Jobs”. I’m not much of a science person, but this is a great chance to learn just who Einstein was and what drove him to reach such incredible heights.

Isacson is a pretty amazing writer too and despite its controversy, I’d also recommend the Jobs book 100 percent.


x = listeningzooz

Too Many Zooz

Great funk bank that apparently still busks in the New York subways, heaps of fun and a great pick me up in times when I’m ready to put a brick through my computer.

Also has made me add “learn trumpet” to my bucket list.


westx = watching


If you haven’t heard of this show yet then you must have been living under a rock for the last 3 months.

Robots + Cowboys = take my money.





shop-talkx = podcasting

Shop Talk Show

Dave Rupert and Chris Coyer talk
everything about web development, a ton of the stuff can go straight over your head, but it can still be a great podcast to pick up an interesting tidbit or two whilst trying to climb the mountain of learning code.

week.length = x;

A weekly update of what I’m currently reading, watching and listening to.



x = reading

Freakonomics – Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

This book is a really interesting read that gives you a different perspective on the world and what’s going around you. Their answer to the reasons behind the drop in crime in the USA still feels ridiculous to me.





x = listening

Tourist – U

This seems to by my go to music when trying to figure out JavaScript. Tourist is music that manages to relax and invigorate you at the same time.





x = watching


Defines the term ‘slow burn’, but crazy good acting and a super gritty storyline keeps you on-board and clamouring for answers. Ben Mendleson is the GOAT.





x = podcasting


Two comedians that review fast food restaurants in the USA. Thanks to these guys I’m this close to selling everything I own, moving to the USA and living the short, yet enjoyable dream of hyper-obesity.