Monthly Archives: May 2013

Live to work or work to live? A guest blog

With increasing technological advancement in communications the boundary between work and home is beginning to blur. Where will this take us over the next few decades? The recent global recession has focused attention on employment and its nature. There is … Continue reading

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I’ve started, so I will finish – eventually

The phrase made famous by Magnus Magnusson, the erstwhile presenter of Mastermind. ‘I’ve started, so I will finish’ is too often but a dream. In our technology filled lives where there is so much ‘noise’, it has become ‘I’ve started, … Continue reading

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Those were the days my friend

I am continuing my journey through my working life and recalling some of the technologies encountered along the way. Or to be precise, here I will be sharing about the lack of technology and how we managed before it all … Continue reading

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