Chambara Towers gets good company

The local pub about 200 yards from our base camp in Bow has just won The Evening Standard’s pub of the year. Just two years ago it was a Rovers Return-style working man’s pub. Some top quality posh grub, leather sofas, green paint and obscure beers pushed it into the premier league. The Morgan has […]

Around the web

The PSP has fired the imagination of grass roots developers already, which bodes well for its competition from Gizmondo – the Tiger and Microsoft-backed alternative. Nintendo’s DS doesn’t make claims to be any form of ‘convergence device’, but an honest mobile games console which focuses on playability rather than speeds and feeds. iPSP allows you […]

Who stole the ‘new’ in news?

People are alleged to be increasingly turning away from print media to receive their news, relying on the internet. However, despite the facility for instant publication, the news is not as fresh as the medium promises even when you look at news wire websites. This is because the news wire businesses have primary customers who […]

Off the ledge

I remember one time hearing a joke about a man who jumped off a skyscraper, as he fell down people in the floors he zoomed by could here him say “Fine so far…. fine so far…. fine so far…. fine so far…. fine.” I was reminded of this joke by an article in the New […]

Crystal Ball Gazing

“The man who predicts the future, even when he is right is a liar” The Koran Business 2.0 has an interesting article about ‘What’s Next For Apple?‘. The article in its weak efforts to delve into the future has collated some useful insights from respected industry experts about current issues and trends in the technology, […]