Recently I’ve been reading about Apple’s long-awaited Apple watch. This would be Apple’s entry into the market of wearable technology, which is probably the most talked about area in tech. Some of the benefits of wearables being talked up are staying connected all the time, having a computer on you wherever you are, whenever you need it. Continue reading
Have you ever struggled to find a job? Been made redundant? Been sacked? Had to quit a job due to illness? How did that make you feel?
This is the topic of a new joint report by the Men’s Health Forum (MHF) and The Work Foundation; Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. Here at mruk this month, I’ve been growing a moustache along with a few of my esteemed colleagues.
This is the second year I’ve participated in Movember. You might wonder why on earth I’d grow a moustache for an entire month, and look like this on purpose. Continue reading
Immediately after getting a new bike via the cycle scheme, ostensibly for my 2 mile daily commute, I set about planning a much longer bike ride. The scheme allowed me to get a bike I couldn’t otherwise afford, so I was keen to make the most of it. Continue reading
To mark European Mobility Week 2013, we chatted to our staff about the ways they travel in London, and the advantages of sustainable transport in the city. For more information, go to mobility.eu or check out @mobilityweek or the #EMW hashtag on Twitter. Continue reading
I blogged the other day on my experiences of cycling in London. Today I thought I’d share this video I took of my journey into work in Battersea using our company Go Pro camera. Continue reading