Joshua is a writer, artist, philosopher, misfit and mystic, currently based in Toowoomba, Australia.
His work relates to the disparate fields of information technology, and of self-realisation.
In the technology arena, Joshua is a proponent of simplicity, and an advocate for a harmonious blend of form and function. Contemporary technology is often obnoxiously commercial, unnecessarily wasteful and complicated - from both usability and engineering perspectives. Josh is particularly keen to highlight successful examples that buck this trend.
Josh also writes and addresses questions regarding self-realisation, spirituality, pragmatism, peace, happiness, compassion, nonduality, ontology, God and love. Likewise, his art is often an attempt to give expression to potent existential concerns and deep inner yearnings, that hide in the collective human psyche.
Joshua is a reserved, philosophical spirit. He has a modest background in computer science and worked for over a decade in corporate information technology.
Other interests include humanity, deviance, social justice, advocacy for the socially disadvantaged, applied technology, free software, user experience, motorcycling, flight, herbalism, gardening, peace, philanthropy, minimalism, sustainability, shamanism, song, fine art, writing, laughter and teaching.
- Writing - including his autobiography, A Magnificent Fraud
- Software Archive - some old works, soon to be updated
- The Big Questions (of Life) - Who am I? Why am I here? What should I become? How do I know? Why should I care? How am I free? How do I live a good life? What is sacred? Why is there suffering? Can I, should I, be happy?
- Poetry - beyond the literal
- Art - drawing, illustration and sculpture
Curated resources and interests
- Software Developer Resources - assorted resources for artisans of quality software
- Philanthropy - some worthwhile causes for consideration
- Giggles, Jokes and Laughter
- Nostalgia Corner - primarily 1980s and 90s tech
- Interesting People - people whose work I particularly appreciate
Like life, this website is a play in progress.
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