There have not been many posts made lately - my defence (mostly) being that I am still participating on the Virtual Tutor Course at Henley, and that contains its own Learning Journal - an internal blog - and most of my energy has gone into posting entries there. I doubt too many of those would make sense outside the context of the course, so I have not duplicated them here.
However, it is important to keep the momentum going, even if it purely for the habit and not for the having something interesting to say.
In one of those side-alleys that the Internet can lead you down, a reply to a post I had made on the Virtual Tutor Course (someone had referenced the expression "You don't have to be mad to work here...") led me to someone else's blog with a similarly named entry.
Here is the link: http://geeklawyer.org/blog/2006/07/28/you-dont-have-to-be-mad-to-work-here/
What you find there is a very strange, but apparently quite true, series of posts about a judge in the Philippines.