A picture of a yawning man with spiky hair.

A list of proven ways to boost your energy levels.

The street sign for Downing Street SW1, City of Westminster. The central London street is the location of the British Prime Minister’s official London residence which is temporarily occupied by Boris Johnson.

Some ramblings about public relations statements and recent UK political events.

A comparison of 5 planets ranked from the largest on the left and smallest on the right. It’s a metaphor for size, you see…

There’s too much mysticism about user story sizes. Here’s my take, complete with audience participation!

A modern photo of a bright red Fokker Dr.I Dreidecker triplane in a hanger.
Fokker Dr.I Dreidecker triplane

How the First World War drove the development and use of airpower and shaped the way in which future conflicts have been fought.

An open book with pencil drawings of a sailing ship and a palm tree emerging from the pages. The words “User Stories” are superimposed over the whole picture.

As a Product Owner, I want to understand why we use the common User Story format, so I can write effective stories that my team can use to develop products my customers love!

A woodcut picture of a wild boar.

A retelling of a traditional Welsh folk tale.

An image of the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey. A black grave set into a tile floor surrounded by poppies and with three poppy wreaths lying in front.
The Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey. Picture credit.

Westminster Abbey’s most solemn monument contains the body of an unidentified soldier picked at random from the battlefields of the First World War.

Chris Stevenson

I’m interested in lots of things and write about them. History, nature, environment, business topics, experimental stories and anything else I fancy.

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