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A New Word for an Old Problem

I tried to do some printing the other day, but my printer flashed up Error Code B200 and told me to contact my supplier. Too lazy to hunt out my sales documents, I instead googled the term. It seems Error Code B200 means a lot of things. It can be that the ink has run … Continue reading

Jellyfish in Eye

A few nights back I noticed something in my eye, thought it was a strand of hair, then realised it was sort of a clear thing that floated ahead of my haze whenever I moved. Late night nurse made no sense of it, gp next day thought I had a type of migraine, scintillating scotoma, … Continue reading

Kids Online – InRealLife by Beeban Kidron

InRealLife which is both an investigation into what the internet is – where is it, for starters? And the effect it is having on kids. It was inspired by a friend of hers being upset by a kid being more intrested in her smart phone than the funeral she was attending, then Kidron went into … Continue reading

When Big is Good

Big business is generally seen as a bad thing for the environment, but with modern media campaigns, they can be more amenable to change NAD practice’s than small groups or individuals. Conservationist Rhett Butler,of Mongabay.com website which tracks slash & burn clearance  claims the battle to save rainforests is being won. The global giants that … Continue reading

David Bowie Does Cobbler Bob

For many years The Adam and Joe Show was a cult hit on channel 4, with lots of childlike but brilliantly funny sketches, and for a while they had a Saturday morning show on BBC 6Music. But Joe Cornish has become a filmmaker, and Adam Buxton has recently done a feature on David Bowie. This … Continue reading