I’m never quite sure what you might want to know about me. If there is anything, please feel free to drop me a line, whether by asking a question or hurling abuse.
By day, I work in the finance division of a large company in central London. At either end of the day, I’m a commuter to and from work. During this time, I’m an avid reader which is why there are so many book reviews on this site. My educational background is science. At sixth form college, I studied maths, physics, chemistry and economics. I carried on with maths at university, but I focused mainly on geometry and mathematical physics, particularly where to two overlap.
Subsequent to university, I found myself working in finance which is what I have done whenever I have been employed. My digital presence mainly consists of my musings on theology, science, history, politics, commuting and the little things in life that make me think and which make me smile.
If you wish to know more about me, the reasoning behind the title of the blog or the symbolism of the mouse, please see here.
If you’re interested in my socio-political views, my political compass comes out like this: