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[31 Jan 2016 | ]
What’s the next tech startup hub in London after Silicon Roundabout?

Silicon Roundabout has been the default option for many a new tech startup over the last decade, driven by its low rents, proximity to key areas of the city such as the City and Soho, as well as a burgeoning network of like-minded startups. Not to mention the abundance of independent coffee shops and speakeasy hipster style bars.

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[14 Jun 2015 | By ]
Universal Laptop Chargers – best invention since sliced bread

Sliced bread was amazing – back in the 1920s. Before they had laptops, there wasn’t much to amuse oneself with. Except for the wonders of how bread could be bought sliced, each slice with perfect thickness.

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[27 Mar 2015 | By ]

Launching MeatSnacker – an online shop in the UK with a wide range of meat snacks from beef jerky to biltong, snacking salami to chorizo.

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[2 Jul 2014 | ]
Want a career in fitness? Enter the #FitnessPro2014 competition!

Are you a young fitness enthusiast who wants to get started in a career of fitness training? Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start, and it can be a tough career path to get your foot in the door.

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[29 Jun 2014 | By ]
Eat Your Way Through the World Cup 2014 Teams in London

A few days ago I received an interesting email from Bookatable, who have taken the time to compile a list of restaurants in London from every single country that made it to the group stages of the World Cup.

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[9 Jun 2014 | By ]
Analogue Guide London – Not Your Typical Guidebook!

It has been a while since I’ve reviewed a guidebook, probably because after having lived in London for almost ten years, I don’t need one! But last week, I received a review copy of a new guidebook in the post, and having flipped through, it really caught my attention.

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[26 May 2014 | ]
Applying for Moroccan Visa in London – Nightmare!

The first experience a tourist has with a country is the visa application process – and oh dear, Morocco fails so badly in this that I almost want to cancel my trip and forfeit the money I’ve already paid to Ryanair. I have never encountered such a chaotic and amateurish visa application process.

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[14 Mar 2014 | By ]
Free Tennis Courts in South London

Tennis is an expensive sport. Apart from having to find a big enough area to have a court, there’s also the cost of building those high fences and installing the playing surface. Not to mention all the maintenance to keep that flat and unblemished, and rope nets that keep getting worn out.

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[9 Nov 2013 | By ]
Useful Google Android Apps when visiting London

First off, get a pay-as-you-go SIM card, either before arriving or when you’re here! There are many apps that allow you to download offline content, but to get the most out of all the functionality from Google and other apps, you really need an active 3G connection.

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[11 Sep 2013 | By ]
Is the Time Out Card value for money?

Time Out recently came out with a new membership card, simply called Time Out Card. Competing against the likes of Tastecard and Gourmet Society, it is a discount and offers card that gives you special savings at loads of restaurants, attractions, bars, shops, theatres, and days out in London.