So yesterday was the last Bank Holiday before Christmas, the kids go back to school in the next few days, and across the nation you can hear the sound of central heating systems creaking back into life. It’s all
I'm not saying that I wouldn't enjoy watching Birdy the Mighty: Decode 2, you understand; it's just that I'm uncertain how Amazon came to this conclusion based solely on my choice of secondary input device. Of course, now that I've
I have a question about the economics of fuel prices, and I’m sure one of you clever folks will be able to help. I was just reading the BBC News website, and saw this story predicting that UK fuel
A rant regarding odd pack sizes.
I’m sure it will come as no surprise to you to learn that I prefer to receive online bills and invoices from service providers rather than have hardcopies dropping through our letterbox. It’s not just for the obvious
With all the (non-social) networking that I’ve been engaged in recently, I thought the time was ripe to get myself some new business cards. When I originally formed my company last year, I foolishly tried making my own, with
So, base rates are now down to 1.0%, and the Zero Interest Bug is not just conjecture. From The Times: "About 1,500 customers who took out a tracker mortgages pegged at 1.01 points below the base rate
I was just thinking - now that Woolie's has gone under, where will the losers of bets expose their rears?