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You know what happens when you have a bright kid in the house? He spots something that you haven’t, and you end up having to explain it to him, when in fact, you’re really not too sure about the subject yourself! That happened to me exactly one week ago on Monday 25 April 2011 when my son was watching YouTube.
As with any 9 year old boy, you won’t be surprised to hear that he was watching a video to learn some of the best Pokemon Soul Silver “walk throughs” for …
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World Affairs on Sunday
London Corinthians is a part of Toastmasters International; an organisation with hundreds of clubs across the globe. This is an organisation which encourages and supports speakers at all levels (from shy beginner to experienced professional) and helps them to polish and improve their skills. I am a member of London Corinthians and the club normally meets on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Thursday every month …
Tuesday Financial Focus
Small businesses in the UK tend to make 3 attempts to sell to a particular customer and if they don’t bite, they give up.
Customers in the UK tend to wait until the 7th approach before they are inclined to buy. I have always said that you need to have a policy of 8 touches, whether that’s an e-mail, a phone call, an advert or whatever. If you only try 3 times then you are on a hiding to nothing.
Marketing expert Rod Sloane now tells me that one in …
Don’t ask me why, but for some reason I seem to have a weird and evolutionary collection of video files. Over the past ten years I have owned four different digital video cameras and have hundreds of clips in three different formats.
If you’re just dealing with regular cameras and stills, then JPEG files seem to be pretty standard. I have some limited editing skills and I can achieve what I need with Paint Shop Pro.
However, when it comes to video I have AVI, MOD and MOV files and can …
When I was a little boy, there were three channels on television, BBC1, BBC2 and ITV. Nowadays, I can’t tell you how many channels I might be able to watch as there are over 1,000 on my Hotbird satellite system alone! And are they any good? “Probably not” is the answer to that one! The only thing I have Hotbird for is JSTV.
In any case, this year all of the members of my family seem to be spending more time sitting in front of their computers, exploring things on …