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  1. World Book Day meets business

    Once a year, in the UK we celebrate something called World Book Day. It’s a promotional holiday aiming to get kids to read more, run by the charity World Book Day. It’s a fabulous premise that sees kids foregoing their usual school uniforms and turning up dressed as their favourite characters from books. But why should the kids be having […]

  2. Mince Pie Mania

    This week we are discussing something a little different. A couple of years ago we lost someone very special to us – a family member who took her own life. The advent of a simple and sudden phone call had a huge impact on our family, one which we are still dealing with today. Losing someone close to you in […]

  3. Open source and the going rate of igloos

    Let’s say there’s a village. An eskimo village. Because of its size, it has two aspiring igloo construction companies, both run by blokes in their late twenties. Let’s call them West Igloos and East Igloos, respectively. Now, for the longest time, the going rate of an igloo has remained the same and both companies have charged equal prices. There’s no […]