Here in the UK, the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 have covered India's independence fairly well over the past 10 years and I know more about it than I ever thought I would, but there's so much to the story.
I had no idea about this 'second' site of importance to Sikhs. I visited the Golden Temple 10 years ago, although if I had known, there's little chance I would have had to make that journey to see it.
Posted 29th Jun 2019 @ 13:40
Jony Ive has collaborated on a number of products with Marc Newson before, so not a surprise that they've decided to embark on a joint venture. The collection that stands out most in my mind was their
The title really should have been 'Jony Ive is to leave Apple',
Posted 28th Jun 2019 @ 09:20
The thing that struck me most watching this on Top Gear this past weekend was how ordinary the Model 3 looks. It's a serious machine and does not appear anywhere near as attractive at the other three in the lineup. Performance may be very good by standard but Tesla are in need of a tuning arm.
Posted 28th Jun 2019 @ 09:01
An interesting game that shows you how social networks are manipulated but more importantly, it's a lesson in being able to spot when you might be being manipulated.
Study of thousands of players shows a simple online game works like a “vaccine”, increasing skepticism of fake news by giving people a “weak dose” of the methods behind disinformation.
Posted 27th Jun 2019 @ 13:50
It feels like Apple Pay has been here in the UK for a long time now, pretty close to it's original launch that it surprises me when it's still being launched in other European Countries. Hard to believe that it's only rolled out across Germany, Iceland and The Netherlands in the past 6-7 months.
Posted 26th Jun 2019 @ 18:33