A-Z guide of the Geneva Motor Show

I wasn't able to follow the Geneva Motor Show or post about it at the right time (see 2018 coverage, but carwow covered this year's event very well. The Fiat Centoventi looks really nice though and as ever the number of EVs and hybrids continues to grow.

Posted 14th Mar 2019 @ 09:45

The robots are coming for our jobs (thank God)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes on 'loosing' our jobs to automation:

We should be excited about automation, because what it could potentially mean is more time educating ourselves, more time creating art, more time investing in and investigating the sciences, more time focused on invention, more time going to space, more time enjoying the world that we live in. Because not all creativity needs to be bonded by wage.

I work in an industry where automating repetitive tasks is the norm. Even at home, who needs smart bulbs or thermostats? No one really, but there are lots of benefits of taking advantage of technology.

Posted 14th Mar 2019 @ 08:15

The Adidas Predator at 25

I recently shared a photo of a pair of modern Predators that I'd love to get for my son when he's older.

The Predators were the football boot to have if you were serious about football back in the 90s. I remember ex-Liverpool player Paul Ince's association with the boots and I really wanted a pair.

It was the Nike R9s that replaced them as my most coveted boot for a short time (I did have a pair of R9s) but the Predators were really special.

Posted 13th Mar 2019 @ 10:14

James Acaster's Brexit tea bag analogy

This is the best take on what Brexit means for the UK if it goes through.

Posted 13th Mar 2019 @ 09:05

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