Leaping To Conclusions – Predictions for Leap Year 2012

After my resounding success predicting that 2011 would finally see the lingering and painful death of JavaScript, and that the interface of Windows 8 will consist solely of one large Flash animation, it’s time to apply my unerringly accurate predictional capabilities to this squeaky clean New Year. So if you aren’t quite sure what 2012…

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Observing Boxing Day (Twice)

I just found out that, fifty years ago, somebody told me a lie – though I suppose I can’t really blame him. Let’s face it, when you ask your grandfather a question to which he doesn’t know the answer, but he feels he really should (and you are of a suitably gullible age), making up…

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How Much Is That Stamp On The Website?

How about we start this week with a short quiz: What do you reckon is the most common thing that visitors to the Royal Mail website will be looking for? I’ll give you a clue: Christmas is coming and it’s likely that you’ll be sending out lots of items using the old-fashioned “put it in…

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Welshest Wales

One of the nice things about working for a UK company but being on permanent assignment to a US one is that you get twice as many public holidays. While I’m not sure we want a Black Monday here in Little Olde England, maybe we could come up with some excuse for celebrating Thanksgiving. Perhaps…

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