It's a classic blog thing, isn't it? The last post you ever see before a blog dies is a post apologising for being lax about updating recently. So let's bring things back to life.
I'm not going to try and summarise everything I posted in the interim. There's loads of it. Instead, I'll just highlight the story I wrote most recently - a description of a quest I've been undertaking over the past month to find my childhood home.
Along the way, I profile a startup called what3words that's aiming to give an address to everyone on Earth, and the reasons why that's so necessary. Here's a quote:
No address means you’re essentially invisible to the state. Aid, legal rights, voting, and bank accounts are all outside of your grasp. It’s nearly impossible to start a business legally, let alone get anything delivered to that business. In an emergency, where do you direct the ambulance?
You'll find the whole rest of the piece here. And I'll try and be better with the updates.