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No time this year to get to the Cycle Show in London nor even to write very much except to recommend it to anyone who likes perving on hot bikes.
So yeah, go there. It’s at Earls Court in West London and is open today till Sunday. They’ve got test areas, gear and loads of bikes [...]
Premier League melting pot: Internationals from 60 nations (and 60 England internationals) have played in 2010-11 season so far
The Premier League remains global football’s major melting pot, and research by sportingintelligence into the make-up of this season’s teams so far only emphasises the point.
Among the players involved in games so far in the 2010-11 season, there have been full internationals representing 60 different countries from across Europe, Africa, North America, South [...]
Uefa’s Financial Fair Play regulations won’t wipe out the tradition of benefactor involvement in football. They will merely lead to bans from European competition for clubs whose owners want to spend lots of their own money building up those clubs. Those who want to spend freely can do so, but be [...]
There was a crunch meeting about defence spending yesterday and lots of differing reports about what went on. This is how I understand it – after his tough talking and that leaked letter, Liam Fox looks likely to be able to declare a victory, of sorts…
David Cameron is poised to approve the £5.2bn construction of two new [...]
There is no shortage of karaoke titles on the market for vocal show-offs with a video games console. But while existing titles encourage wannabe singers to compete against all-comers, none of them offer much help to those who are a bit too shy to get on stage. Until now…
Games review roundup: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011; Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light; Enslaved: Odyssey to the West; Face Training
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring the silky skills of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011; the ‘Children of Hope’ in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light; a digital Andy Serkis monkeying around in Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and facial exercises courtesy of Nintendo’s Face Training.
Traditional broadcasters are having a tough time trying to keep their advertisers on board during this economic downturn. The last thing they need is for those clients to go away and, well, become broadcasters themselves.
That’s what’s happening though, and it’s going to grow. Philips, which ought to know something about telly, is leading the way. [...]
Further, faster, cheaper, better – ever since the invention of the wheel, human progress can be measured by increases in the speed, affordability and ease of mobility.
By the way, did you notice that line in David Cameron’s speech yesterday?
When we are done with these cuts, spending on public services will actually still be at the same level that it was in 2006.
Is that all? What, you might ask, have the last four years all been about? Well, I’ll tell you. Tony [...]
As a service to digital archiving, I seek to preserve the gems of the occasional paragraph called “Notes” in The Independent’s Viewspaper. Possibly because they are printed in an odd typeface, they are not on the website. But two of the recent “Notes”, from 20 and 21 September, were particularly good, so I reproduce them [...]
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