The sale tag

Reading Time: 2 minutes The sale tag is like manna from heaven for my Mum. She loves a bargain and looks forward to sales at her local stores. Like many people she suspects that some stores may put in special stock that they have shipped in to sell especially at this time amongst items that have just not sold.… Continue reading The sale tag

Links of the day

Reading Time: < 1 minute iPad – I am torn – too big for mobile casual usage. – interesting take by Christian Lindholm on the iPad collective fashion consciousness. Privacy pioneer search engine launches anonymous surfing service | Pinsent Masons LLP Anatomy of a Stock | Aitken | Waterman production – interesting insight from a sound engineering perspective… Continue reading Links of the day

Countdown on the traffic lights

Reading Time: 2 minutes Visiting a different country gives you a chance to notice the small everyday things that might be different to your own country. A case in point for me was the countdown on traffic lights in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. When I reflected on the countdown on the traffic lights, I started to think about… Continue reading Countdown on the traffic lights