The Panda made me do it. Using technology during sport events vs entertaining a toddler for 100 miles – Part 2 of 2

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Click here to view the first part of this post. Last year was a long day starting at 04:00 and ending at 19:00 which is when we got home. We, the spectators, drove, used public transport and our legs for the day, and so this year I wanted to minimise the activity slightly as it

The Panda made me do it. Using technology during sport events vs entertaining a toddler for 100 miles – Part 1 of 2

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The Panda made me, or should I say, made the husband do it! Damn that panda, it has a lot to answer for, especially this post which is likely to be a short novella, so please do get comfortable.   In the lead up to the husband’s second RideLondon 100 mile cycle this year, I reflected

Drone pilots submit evidence to parliament and receive reckless threats

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The recent Heathrow and Gatwick airport “drone issues” have undoubtedly raised awareness of drones. Some of it however, it not welcomed popularity, especially by those of us who do not think that drones were in any way responsible for delaying recent flights.   Pending a probable ‘Drones Bill’ in 2019, Parliament’s Science and Technology committee have

Have dermatitis and can’t use touchscreens? Use the Google Gboard

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I know that swimming prevents my migraines, I know that false nails help with my dermatitis, as they minimise the water traveling underneath the nails, but I have yet to find a keyboard that rivals the BlackBerry for speed and accuracy. Until now. Being a writer and a serial BlackBerry user for many years I