Monthly Archive:: April 2014
The biggest challenge with accessing the internet while travelling, is maintaining a steady connection. And when you’re trying to connect with your network using your VPN server, it can get worse. One of the requirements of setting up a good VPN is a static IP address, but this is hardly possible when the client device,
As a new revolutionary product on the UK market, ECigs in the UK have created a new talking point between not only consumers but also the government. The biggest difference between old school smoking and the new style ‘vaping’ is the replacement of tobacco with eliquid. This eliquid is offered in many varieties containing nicotine,
The UK is split. Some people despise the hot weather and others love nothing better than to languish in the midday sun. The latest from the UK Met Office are that summers are going to get hotter, with extreme temperatures becoming the norm.
As anyone currently navigating the job market knows, employment numbers are grim and the economy is simply not creating enough new positions to accommodate the majority of job-seekers. Although they hear the bad news on television and through wordofmouth, people with stable jobs often appear unsympathetic to unemployed friends and family members. This situation is
Maybe you’ve had a boat sitting unused in your driveway for nearly a decade or maybe you’ve just inherited one that did. Maybe the boat has seen some good years of fishing, racing, waterskiing and carousing but hasn’t seen any in a while. Maybe the boat is still in great condition, but the upkeep is
The eyes, arguably the most-used sense in contemporary society, have many potential ailments that fall short of total blindness. Many are uncommon but disastrously debilitating, like Ebola or Keratoconus; many more are common but equally devastating. Still, the most common eye ailments are rather treatable, like cataracts or glaucoma. I’ve compiled a list of common