caulirice

In a world that has become utterly besotted with healthy eating, it appears that nothing is what it says anymore. Rather than go into a trendy bakery and buy a traditionally made white, crusty loaf, you’re now almost forced to purchase baked goods made with quinoa flour. And if you’re having a slice of that loaf […]

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  You’ve been waiting patiently for the movie to finish production, and finally the lights go down low as the opening credits roll. The excitement and expectation is utterly palpable. There is complete silence and eyes are peeled. … And then the neighbours upstairs ruin the atmosphere by making a racket as the first lines […]

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So, we’ve reached the final part of our look at how the ‘log-in’ or ‘home’ [if you’re unregistered!] pages of the major social networking websites have changed, especially in their relation to being a shop window for the service that is membership of each particular website. We’ve looked at Twitter and Youtube, and at the […]

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So, in part one of my series charting how social networking sites have visibly changed (and the impact of these changes) over the past few years, we discussed Twitter, a website that was born-and-bred to be a social networking / communication site. In this edition, we’ll be looking at a website that wasn’t always heading […]

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RedBuilding

Despite having the unfair reputation as just being a place to take drugs and see prostitutes, Amsterdam has a diverse range of attractions and activities to entertain, inform, and inspire. Here’s my list on what you must see and what you could probably miss in the city of windmills, tulips, and canals: 1) The Electric […]

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I used to be a BlackBerry fan, but I’m ashamed to say that I jumped ship on them just before the rest of the world did. Despite using three of their devices in a row, Google’s Android held a lot of my OS envy, and in 2011, I purchased the absolutely awesome Xiaomi Mi 2. […]

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Those who have read some of my previous work know that I’ve not always been a huge admirer of Apple. While their products have always been incredibly beautifully designed, I’ve always found them to be quite restrictive. Last year, however, my Asus Transformer TF101 gave up the ghost, and I was rendered tablet-less for weeks […]

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This year, the company I work for, London Cyrenians Housing (in partnership with Westminster Mind), held a series of election hustings events for those with mental health issues in Hammersmith, Westminster & Kensington. The main aim of our campaign were to ensure that people living with mental health issues (who often state they feel marginalised […]

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