I used to blog feverishly. Now I just post links to interesting things.

LinkBlog – 12th May 2013 – Heists and other ingenious Crimes

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The Untold Story of the World’s Biggest Diamond Heist
In which I now want to be a jewel thief, if only for the glamour.

The Bizarre Coincidences Surrounding the $50M Diamond Heist in Belgium
In which the people in the first link may have done it again.

Art of the Steal: On the Trail of World’s Most Ingenious Thief
He parachutes onto roofs, for goodness sake.

The Pink Panthers
Numerous, unpredictble, violent.

Miami Heist: The Brink’s Money Plane Job’s Messy Aftermath
How NOT to do heists.

The most stolen artist
Matisse. There, i’ve ruined the punchline.

Link or Die

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It’s me. I know.

I’ve no idea if anyone’s looking at this blog any more – gone are the heady days of 500 visitors a day.

Life has been up and down to say the least. I won’t dwell on that, but what I intend to post here are the links I find interesting during my daily internet trawl. It’s certainly a good place to keep them for myself, and maybe people who visit will click them and find them interesting too. Who knows.

So there we are. wibbler.com has not so much burst into life as stuttered into action. Long live infrequency.

I’ve gone all minimal

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Hi! Remember me? 9 years of blogging has kinda exhausted me, I guess. I’m still LIVING, of course, but I guess my first thought after I do stuff isn’t, “ohmygod, I *MUST* tell everyone!” Now I’m over 30, it’s more, “Well, this calls for a good sit down. Oooh, my back…”

So, to reflect the fact that there’s less wibbler.com, The site’s gone all minimal. In fact, I’m still doing a whole lot else. My web development outfit Wiredfusion officially became a company a few months ago – the popularity is getting a little intense, but hey, I can’t complain. And Boriswatch is still the media-drawing behemoth of my dreams. And there are plenty of other personal sites in the background, just waiting for a chance to shine. 5000 of you fine people for some reason seem to visit InstantTumbleweed every month, for example…

So, anyway. Enough of me. Let’s get on with empire-building and family-building and me-building. Cos there can never be enough me, and that’s an egotistical FACT.