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Where next for CES?

Where next for CES?

This week was CES in Las Vegas, traditionally one of the biggest trade shows anywhere in the world. Despite the surge in Omicron cases, the organisers decided to persevere with a face-to-face event – even though many of the biggest exhibitors pulled out. Did it work?...

Where next for CES?

This week was CES in Las Vegas, traditionally one of the biggest trade shows anywhere in the world. Despite the surge in Omicron cases, the organisers decided to persevere with a face-to-face event – even though many of the biggest exhibitors pulled out. Did it work?...

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The joy of ghost writing

The joy of ghost writing

As a copywriter, almost all my work is used without any credit. Which is of course, absolutely the way it should be. But I still do get a buzz from seeing my writing once it’s published, often amplified by the fact that I’ve got no idea where or when it’s going to...

Solar windows: the future’s bright

Solar windows: the future’s bright

It sounds simple, but it’s taken years to develop – instead of solar panels on your roof, why not use your windows to filter out some of the sunlight, and generate electricity? Think about how many windows there are in any city, and in particular in large office...

Why technical writing matters

Why technical writing matters

I’m probably a little biased, but I think today is an excellent example of why high-quality technical writing is important. Big political changes often depend on technology, and voters need to understand what’s happening, and why. The UK government has just announced...

iPad vs laptop

iPad vs laptop

My current work laptop is a 2015-model MacBook Air, and I’m starting to wonder if I should replace it soon. But that got me thinking – do I really need a laptop? Could an iPad take its place, and be lighter and cheaper? And do I need to stay in the Mac/iPhone/iPad...

Those who can, teach

Those who can, teach

I’ve worked in marketing and PR for 25 years now, which feels like a lifetime. I’ve been lucky enough to have a career that’s always been evolving and changing, and to have worked with some amazing clients and fascinating technologies. But how can I keep myself fresh,...

Tidal power – finally some progress?

Tidal power – finally some progress?

This week, the BBC reported on the commissioning of a new tidal-powered turbine in Scotland, which promises to deliver 2MW to the local onshore electricity network. The Orbital O2 is claimed to be the world’s most powerful tidal turbine. Tidal power seems to...

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