The iPad has finally hit the UK, having officially gone on sale on 28th May, 2010 and, not entirely surprisingly, Apple fans queued up to get one as soon as they possibly could – some even beginning the queueing process the day before. My first thoughts upon reading that news at the time? Get a […]
So here’s my offering: I did also consider drawing ‘my ham and eggs’. But I didn’t have any.
I like music and I have a music collection which, while probably not particularly large by many people’s standards, is certainly larger than the average person’s. As such, I’ve known about Spotify for quite a while and it’s a concept which has definite appeal to me. A streaming music source; you connect, you listen – […]
The outcome of the 2010 general election, a hung parliament, had an understandable effect on the value of Sterling. The negotiations between the Liberal Democrat party and Labour and Conservative parties is also having an effect. The latest news I read before choosing to type this is that the talks between the Liberal Democrats and […]
On the morning of 7th May 2010 we can see that the result of yesterday’s general election in the UK is a hung parliament, with no individual party gaining an overall majority of seats. What does this mean? Well, as a fully paid up (as in taxes) member of the British public, I’ll tell you […]