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20Nov

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Considered one of the greatest English writers, Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born on 30 December 1865 in Bombay (now Mumbai), India, to parents John and Alice. The name Rudyard celebrated the picnic on Lake Rudyard in Staffordshire where his parents had...
22Oct

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The international release of the 24th Bond film produced by Eon Productions takes place on 6 November, following the world premiere in London and UK and Republic of Ireland release on 26 October. ‘Spectre’ features Daniel Craig in his fourth...
28Sep

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National Poetry Day was founded by William Sieghart (whose occupation is listed on Wikipedia as philanthropist, entrepreneur and publisher) and co-ordinated by the Forward Arts Foundation, a charity he founded. He said, “There are millions of talented...
26Aug

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This month, the UK Women’s Institute (WI) celebrates 100 years of providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their...
28Jul

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Since the first Edinburgh International Festival in 1947, Scotland’s beautiful capital has become known throughout the world as the Festival City. Every year, visitors experience the many different festivals that all present a diverse variety of...
25Jun

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This month, we celebrate 150 years of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, otherwise known as Lewis Carroll. Natural storyteller Carroll dreamt up Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in 1862. Whilst travelling...
22May

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This month sees the start of the seventh FIFA Women’s World Cup finals. Held in Canada, the 2015 games will be played from 6 June, with matches in Edmonton, Moncton, Montreal, Ottowa and Vancouver. The world’s best women’s soccer players...
24Apr

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Exactly 175 years ago the Cunard Line’s first ship, Britannia, left British waters bound for America. Since then, it has become a leading operator of passenger ships on the North Atlantic. In 1839, Nova Scotian Samuel Cunard was awarded the first British...
10Apr

The trojan becomes the trojan #discomfort

Following a quick ‘work related’ chat on url and site management with a favourite client, the ever effervescent Dunc, we delved into the pros and cons of client side verses agency life, during which time we touched upon the assimilation of Jean Luc...
31Mar

Push it into #discomfort

Some mantra’s transcend time, some hold up whenever you are living. A prime example to keep freshness in your approach to life and work was wonderfully, memorable and coherently put into verse in 1986 by Salt-N-Pepa and goes as follows: Ah, push it,...