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Being a food critic must surely be the best job in the world. You eat out constantly, feasting on the wares of the some of the nicest eateries in the country, washed down with the most pleasant wines. Restauranteurs welcome you with open arms, ready to present you with the best cuisine – (more...)
Published: - 21st November 2017
I had yet another fantastic money-making idea. Could have been an app, could have been a website, but people would have been queuing up to pay me money for the privilege of using/viewing my product. What could it be, you ask? My plan was to take a century’s-worth of maps showing the changing (more...)
Published: - 18th October 2017
The Energy Institute has published its 2017 Energy Barometer, presenting the views of UK energy professionals on the effectiveness of measures to reach emissions targets and transition energy supplies to sustainable sources. So what did the survey find? Looking at what measures the government should (more...)
Published: - 17th September 2017
The future of the data-driven industrial revolution
Heiko Luckhaupt from RS Components looks at the short-, medium- and long-term outlook for data-capable industrial applications and what these new capabilities might deliver in terms of performance gains and transparency Industry, and indeed the world in general, is in the grip of a data (more...)
Published: - 6th September 2017
The government’s announcement that all sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans would be banned from 2040 wasn’t entirely unexpected, but buried within the detail was the implication that hybrid vehicles would also be off the menu. That leaves us with only electric vehicles to get us (more...)
Published: - 27th July 2017
At a typical high street fast food restaurant chain, you’ll pay in the order of £4.50 for a decent sized cheeseburger with fries and a soft drink. My local slightly more upmarket high street eatery wanted to charge me £12.50 for much the same meal. Granted you pay a premium for an (more...)
Published: - 26th June 2017
I’ve learned over the years from watching numerous cookery programmes on TV that seasoning essentially means adding salt. And a pinch of salt is more or less a handful. Of course, we are continually told that salt is very bad for us; in particular, it is one of the principal causes of high (more...)
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Published: - 17th May 2017
Stood in a long queue at the ‘orders to collect’ counter in M&S to pick up a chocolately gift to take to the inlaws for the weekend, my daughter asked me if this was something we really ought to be buying. When I asked why, she replied, in a much louder voice than was really (more...)
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Published: - 21st April 2017
The first internet-enabled kettle must have seemed a marvellous thing. From an app on your phone, you could turn on your kettle from any room in the house, and the water would be freshly boiled by the time you reached the kitchen. Switch it on from your car when you were five minutes out, and you (more...)
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Published: - 27th March 2017
Some people think football is a matter of life and death, said legendary Liverpool manager Bill Shankly, adding: “I assure you, it’s much more serious than that.” And we can see today just how important it is, by focusing on the impact of football, and of Arsenal manager Arsene (more...)
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Published: - 20th February 2017
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