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Are companies working on brand-new technologies anymore?

They say that the shelf life of a mobile phone or laptop is roughly two years. After this time, the operating systems become noticeably slower.

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Are companies working on brand-new technologies anymore?

They say that the shelf life of a mobile phone or laptop is roughly two years. After this time, the operating systems become noticeably slower.

Use your common sense!

Morrisons recently announced they’re to scrap the ‘use by’ date on milk...

Hollywood Handshake is the epitome of the patriarchy

There was controversy around the semi-final of the 2021 series, which aired on 16 November. Three of the four semi-finalists received a handshake from Paul Hollywood; my favourite, Winnie the Pooh lookalike...

Some positive news for pubs, cafes and restaurants

The view is bleak for many businesses at the moment, perhaps more so for those in the hospitality sector, who may (as I write) be ordered to close their doors to the public once again, until further notice.

Website editors: Which is the best (part four)?

Editor X is simply Wix on steroids. Easy, cheap, but professional all the same.

Website editors: Which is the best (part three)?

Webflow sold me a dream; however, it was one I soon woke up from.

Website editors: Which is the best (part two)?

This time, it is Squarespace's turn..

Website editors: Which is the best?

Probably the best known, WordPress was one of the first online website builders introduced...

Are we being scammed by advent calendars?

Most of us think of cheap and cheerful chocolates...

Should employees take a pay cut for working from home?

Employers and employees are suggesting that remote jobs, when advertised in the future, should offer a lower wage...

What are your thoughts on ‘woke culture’?

I was contemplating this the other day, following something my other half said about an advertisement for an upcoming TV programme.

Are electric cars the future?

There’s been a huge drive (pardon the pun) to persuade the general public to not buy petrol and diesel cars in favour of purchasing electric or hybrid versions.