Monthly Archives: February 2017

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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Brexit Begins to Bite

While it will be sometime until the full effects of Brexit become clear, a picture is now emerging of how people are hedging their bets and of rising prices. A summary of the main impacts are listed below: The average … Continue reading

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Was “Terrorist Cash” Linked to the pro-Brexit Campaign?

The Open Democracy website reports that the Electoral Commission is investigating Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) ability to spend what appears to be in the region of £250k on pro-Brexit campaigns; given that in 2015 the party reported a total … Continue reading

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Quick Review: Early Experiences of HoloLens

I have been using augmented reality headsets since about 2006 and whenever another one comes out I am excited and then later become disappointed. As was the case with the Epson BT-200 and Google Glass (not real augmented reality) both … Continue reading

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