A little bit of Porto? No, a little bit of the Pousada of Amares, Portugal

May 18th, 2015 | By

Listed in Roger’s “Hotels I Like” – The Pousada Santa Maria de Bouro (Bouro, Amares)

Infinity Hotels Group announces “NanoHotelExperience” April 1, 2015

Mar 31st, 2015 | By

With a flourish that only the First Day Of April can bring,  Infinity Hotels head of Social Meddling, based in the Infinity WorldWide Headquarters in Detroit (chosen for the extraordinary low real estate costs and office rents),  Mac (the Nano) McMac – head of Misleadingly large yet apparently small projects, tells us that the first
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NHS – Doctors can test and the progress will be galactic

Mar 1st, 2015 | By

During winter months in the UK, there are frequently a large number of people away from their work because of a “bug” or a “virus”. This goes through peaks and troughs, but what is strange is that if you ask “which virus” or “what bug” they have, most sufferers do not know. The doctor told
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Merry Christmas and a Greater 2015

Dec 23rd, 2014 | By

Travel Nourishes – A little taste of Mallorca in pictures

Nov 4th, 2014 | By

Historic photo of the month – Roger shows paintings in the high desert of Arizona

Sep 23rd, 2014 | By

From the 90’s !  

As we love technology’s part in the sure progress of the world…. Win this!

Sep 2nd, 2014 | By
Win a memroable visit to Silicon Valley

General Assembly are offering  a free trip to Silicon Valley, including hotel stay and personal tours of key companies, including:    Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Chegg, and Y Combinator Free round trip ticket to San Francisco from anywhere on the planet Meetings with Key  executives $1000 credit with Uber to get you around and about the
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The Shapes of Things – a story taster

Aug 18th, 2014 | By
The peope Jack might have been talking about?

“Something is wrong with the way people live. You can tell by the way they walk” said Doherty. Rivers were flowing as usual. Streets, filled with shoppers and of course cars. The cars edged forward at a slower pace than the pavement browsers achieved – more cars than road space. All were predictably “there”. A
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Achieving Presence

Jun 6th, 2014 | By

After the first day’s cup of coffee and before the second, I was musing over the fact that an Electric Ferrari with Google Drive super-system could drive through a village safely at 250 miles per hour where the road surface allowed. It would detect any life form and it’s approach as well as any object,
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Getting excited about free trade

Nov 1st, 2013 | By

      This is the thrilling thing about “Apps” on Mobile phones. Apps  and Web services are playing their part in opening up everybody-wins opportunities.   Dramatic and sometimes world-saving developments in areas such as water purification, medicine, transport, education and learning offer great promise – to mention a small sample from a long
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