Google as settled it’s legal battle in the USA with authors and publishers. The deal could see the publishing world enter the digital era in a significant way and the changes are compared with the deal Apple did with the music industry to allow customers of it’s iTunes store to purchase music on a track […]
Bernie Mac passed away! Actor, but best loved as the comedian who could make you cry laughing in his stand up routines, my friends and family regularly run his routine lines ad nauseam, especially from the routines in the HBO special “Original Kings of Comedy“, which also starred Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer and DL […]
News announced today that the weight loss diet pill Acomplia (Rimonabant) is now available on prescription from the NHS. Acomplia, also known as Rimonabant, is an anti-obesity drug, said to aid dieters with weight when used in combination with exercise. It is said that people with weight issues can lose up to 10% of their […]
Mayor Boris Johnson’s ban on booze on the London transport system brought out the protest in people last Saturday as thousands of drinkers held parties all over the underground network. Although concentrated on the Circle Line, parties were also held on the Piccadilly line and others on the tube network.
Boris Johnson is the new Mayor for London. Are you kidding me Londoners, you really voted for this guy to be Mayor of one of the best cities in the World. Forgive me American cousins, I don’t mean to pry into your business, but I feel like us Londoners have done this week what you guys did when you voted for George Bush to be prez.
Are the Treasury, Bank of England and FSA playing with our money again? What’s more will we know what they are doing? Under proposals announced today banks in trouble could get emergency loan assistance but the BoE wouldn’t have to declare it straight away. A period of “non-disclosure” is proposed to lessen the impact on consumer confidence.