Can Six Billion People Be Wrong?: 40 Years of the Mobile Phone Generation

So I find myself in the Carphone Warehouse on Sauchiehall Street, where the employees are all kitted out in navy fleece and the shop is possibly the smallest on the pedestrian strip, making slightly redundant the warehouse bit. I don’t know why it is that when in town with a bit of time to kill... Continue Reading →

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Kids and Original Opinions: A Wee Shame Nowadays that Never the Twain Does Meet

What I’d give to go back to the days of the serious affairs of the playground debate. A bunch of 10 years olds wanting to get their two pence worth in on each other at break time was a sport worth participating in, and no place for the meek. In the 80’s, there was less for... Continue Reading →

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