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I like it when companies offer to give me free things, especially when it’s things that I can actually make use of. So when I was offered the chance to have a couple of new armoured USB cables, I leapt at … Continue reading
So according to the latest Waitrose milk advert, their cows spend at least 120 days out of the year, grazing. Awesome, they’re cows. Grazing is what cows do. But hang on, that’s ALL that cows ever do. Surely they should … Continue reading
So I’m talking Google Sheets here, one of the types of available Google Docs. Sheets is like Excel – in many ways. It’s also different – in many ways. So I recently had a situation where I needed to filter … Continue reading
We approach the festive period, sometimes with excitement, often with dread but always with the familiar realisation that some traditions never change. Even the things that some love to hate, would be missed if they made no appearance at all. … Continue reading
When the world conspires to spoil your day, When the world wants to chide every word you say; Raise a smile, raise your game, give a shrug and shout “Hey, Nowt’s gonna bring me down on National Poetry Day”. National … Continue reading
I have never enjoyed cooking, I just don’t get it. But then I’m not really a creative person. I don’t paint, I don’t write great prose and I don’t really draw (this is about all I can manage): So really … Continue reading