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What Doesn’t Kill the Euro …

… might make it stronger?! Many are predicting the death of the Euro. Many ‘experts’ say it is impossible for the 17 member nations to agree anything in time to save the single currency and avoid the catastrophic knock-on consequences for the Euro region and the World. I’m always an optimist, but just can’t agree […]

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How to Fix Greece

It occurred to me recently that there is a very simple solution to the Greek debt & subsequent Eurozone crisis which should have been tried before forcing a controlled default and recapitalising the EU banks (as is currently being discussed by EU leaders). It is now widely agreed that politicians in the Eurozone have been […]

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Smartphones to be Faster Than PCs in 2012

The pace of development in the smartphone industry is astounding. Right now it seems like any phone you buy will be rendered obsolete within 3 months. I recently bought a Samsung Galaxy S II with a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and within about a month it will pale into comparison with some phones fitted with […]

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Facebook Frenemies

I hate Facebook … and most people that know me know I hate Facebook. I think its voyeuristic like Jerry Springer, but far more personal. I’ve been reluctant to post anything remotely intimate about my life whatsoever, instead posting funny videos and images when I can be bothered. The reason for my hesitation is not […]

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Why Facebook Should be Afraid

So Facebook’s ‘awesome’ announcement of Skype integration and video calling for all Facebook users came and went. The mass-media promptly and lazily concluded that Facebook has successfully countered Google+’s main advantage and that Facebook will remain the social networking champion of the world forever. They are, as usual, completely missing the point and subscribing to […]

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