Oh how the mighty hath fallen. It’s a term one hears enough and it’s usually in a social setting or a business setting. Sometimes, depending on the context, it’s deserved and in the case of big business it’s often a reminder of many things. It serves to remind them that they cannot rest on their … Continue reading Epic Fails in the World of Sneakers
Method acting, a style of acting made popular by notable actors like Marlon Brando and Daniel Day-Lewis has received what can only be called a bum rep. The most prominent reason for method acting’s at times questionable reputation really has more to do with what actors have done with their abilities and not what the … Continue reading When Good Actors Go Too Far
There have been many famous royal weddings in history, all of which made the world sit up and take notice. Few, however, have been as memorable as the most recent union between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
When its mentioned that a group of women are spending their Saturday night locked away inside, kitting and crocheting, and making a special effort to wear only sensible clothing, the conclusion drawn would be that they’re in their seventies. But no, it turns out that this group are in their twenties. This is the new … Continue reading Generation Yawn – Old Is The New Cool
A time and a half ago, a valuable and much-needed title for a book would have been, How not to be a jerk. This hasn’t changed. Only now, a more relevant title for the same book would probably be, How not to be a jerk online. The Internet is used for everything from buying and … Continue reading How to Avoid Being a Jerk Online
The other day I ran into a group of students at my local pub. They were, it turned out, studying to be software engineers. Curious, and because I like to consider myself somewhat technology savvy, I asked them a little about modern programming. It was an interesting conversation at first, but it quickly turned depressing … Continue reading Does An Online Casino Need Mobile Compatibility?
There have been major developments in hardware since the advent of the first computer. Back in the 1940s, 1st generation computers were based on vacuum tube technology, with the very first machine switched on in 1946. This machine was 1800 square feet in size, used 18000 vacuum tubes, and weighed almost 50 tons. Fast forward … Continue reading IBM Builds A Computer The Size Of A Grain Of Salt
It has become fact – people are addicted to their smartphones and for a number of reasons, but mainly because your smartphone is an extension of you. Your smartphone allows you to reach out to others, to meticulously craft your you-brand, and to constantly search for knowledge at the tap of a button. Is it … Continue reading Are You Addicted to your Smartphone?
Casinos are very strange beasts. And, I find, often very misunderstood. Many people I know simply view casinos as houses of debauchery, where people go to get up to all sorts of mischief, often somehow involving ancient Greek style orgies. Now, I’ve been in more than a few casinos in my time, and have never … Continue reading Are Casinos Beneficial To Society?
Scotland has plans to become a major player in the United Kingdom’s gaming industry, and so far, their quest for domination is going well. A study has shown an incredible 27% increase in the amount of people employed in Scotland in the gaming industry in 2017, and this is on top of a hike of … Continue reading Scotland Becoming a Major Player in the Gaming Industry