It’s been a few years since I reviewed books on the back of receiving a review copy. Whilst I spent much of my time writing professionally, this doesn’t afford me much time for reading review copies and my spare time is taken up with having a break from a world of text. Recent news articles […]Read More Reviews, freebies and recommendations
Having “used” Facebook for many years it goes without saying how much of an impact it has in many people lives around. Whether you think that its good or bad that’s your opinion, but the purpose of this article is to look at comments made by Chris Wylie. You can read the full article on […]Read More Reality and Facebook
I don’t like the term box set for this article. When most people talk of box sets we don’t mean box sets at all. Imagine if Aliens from another galaxy landed here and the trouble they would have. After learning our languages, they would find out the words we say often don’t represent the things […]Read More Television box-sets and their evils.
This is the second visit to the world of the WWE. It will probably be the last for this blog, at least for a while. Following on from yesterdays Raw, lets see how Smackdown fared. I often mention WWE logic and we started off the show with another excellent example. Here we have the son […]Read More Smackdown 11/01/2017 – A look at the product.
I took the opportunity to pen some thoughts in regards to my weekly viewing of Raw. Lets be clear though, with the show promoting Raw as the longest running episodic show, it didn’t start well for me, if we are talking worldwide, the UK’s Coronation Street beats Raw by a long way, starting its episodic […]Read More RAW 10/31/2017 – A look at the product.
I’ve a very good friend, he tackles a wide range of issues from privacy to patents, proprietary software to open source and he does this very well. He is incredibly well read, well sourced and maybe most important of all, passionate about his subjects. We all hear in the media about the dangers of being […]Read More Privacy, social media and the perception of evil?
We no longer live in the Attitude Era. Storyline’s these days seem pushed out at a great velocity with a diverse range of results from reasonable to cringe-worthy – and thats if there’s a story at all. For those who are wrestling fans, its unlikely you won’t know about the rebranding so to speak of […]Read More OPINION: The best story-line in wrestling today.
I’ve learnt much this Xmas. Firstly, using the word “Xmas” winds some people up. One of my lads gifts this year was the PS4 VR. He’s delighted with it. I however, saw nothing during the periods of hype and the plethora of news reports about the fact it has a great wire dangling from the […]Read More The true meaning of Christmas
As always I’ll start by saying this review contains no spoilers and is my opinion alone. The review is as a result of paying full price for the paperback – no review copy. I don’t normally read this genre. If I am reading fantasy or fiction, I like it to be very fictional or very […]Read More Review: The girl on the train
Scotland Yard is spending £1.7 million to set up its Twitter squad, which will have five detectives running it. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3739348/Scotland-Yard-ploughs-2million-new-thought-police-unit-snoop-web-users-hunt-trolls.html#ixzz4HIGXGDeJ Sadly, today’s post follows on from a previous one, where the world of a “You can’t say that” grows ever closer. Imagine a world. It’s one made of eggshells, people tentatively stepping from place […]Read More The “You can’t say that” Police