Author Archives: Rod McCall

About Rod McCall

Rod McCall is a researcher in the field of human-computer interaction in areas such as augmented reality, mobile gaming in-car systems and virtual environments. He has a passing interest in economics after not being entirely convinced by the rubbish presented as fact during lectures on that particular subject while at uni.

Moving to Luxembourg?

This is a revised version of an article published in 2012, revised August 2015 and again in December 2017. Luxembourg? That’s just a city with lots of banks right? Surprisingly that view still holds in the eyes of many. If … Continue reading

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Some WordPress Issues

At present some post formatting seems to have broken, this was due to using another editing tool which has since caused problems when the content is actually posted onto WordPress. As soon as I get time I will fix the … Continue reading

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Avast for Android Review

Introduction Following a recent trip to a security conference in Kiev I was advise to check all devices etc for interference from our friends in Moscow. That said, I am not sure I am even interesting enough for them to … Continue reading

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Brexit: Not about Jobs for British Workers – Andrea Leadsom

‘Leadsom said investment in improving productivity with technology would be part of the answer: “As I’ve travelled the UK, I’ve seen a whole raft of new technologies that complement the workforce.” She added there were “large number of farmers that … Continue reading

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UK Conservative Party Linked to the Kremlin (and assorted other nasties)

In the few short months since Brexit, which we were told would be a gift to Vladimir Putin it is now becoming clear that the British Conservative Party has strong links with the Kremlin. Which may also help explain why … Continue reading

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