Your Carbon footprint

I read an article in the paper the other day about how Sheryl Crow thinks we’re an “industrious enough people to make it work with only one square per restroom visit”. A Seinfeld rant cut short (and this will come to bite me in a couple of years’ time when we’ve run out of trees),…

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I’m confounded

Microsoft just launched an interesting little drive to spread the word about Windows Live Messenger 8.1. Yes, I’m just as surprised that they didn’t limit the terms to a build and release number, but the good news is that for every time you begin a conversation with the word “i’m”, they’ll chip in “a portion…

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If Aristotle met Tim and saw Google

Improving user experience, greater availability and more information than ever before – you’d be forgiven for believing that the internet is in its glory days. Yet, three decades after its advent, we still share information the same way we always used to – heaps of data connected by references. Yes, it’s all clickable and yes,…

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