Tag Archives: The Daily Telegraph

Net migration to UK falls by 49,000 after Brexit vote


When the media make their pronouncements about fake news… Continue reading

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Creative Writers and the new Daily Telegraph


It’s time for a bit of reflection. When I first joined My Telegraph – the blogging platform of The Daily Telegraph (DT) – back in 2008, it was with a view to planning ahead for the impending decline of MySpace. … Continue reading

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Creative Writers on My Telegraph


Getting back on track I’m finally getting back on track with my latest fictional foray (Dragonshard) into outer space. It’s a look at what lies between the stars and in this case, I’ve come up with an SF-Horror take. I’d hoped to be able to … Continue reading

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Nasa releases pictures of distant galaxy NGC 4845


Hubble telescope captures images of ‘super hungry’ galaxy black hole Image courtesy of NASA / ESA David Millward in the Daily Telegraph brings to the web a stunning image of a spiral galaxy 65 million light years away, somewhere in … Continue reading

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Techno-drones


The Google-glass is the latest in a stream of developments giving Google substantial access to private data. As a result the predictive bubble filters out stuff you’re not expected to see and can filter out stuff you’re not supposed to … Continue reading

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Recovering your My Space Blog


For some years I ran a blog on the My Space platform. My Space was an iffy proposition but it had other features that recommended themselves to me. Why blog? The thing that propelled me was the onset of the … Continue reading

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More Climate Change?


In Senate Passes Bill to Delay Spike in Flood Insurance Rates, the opinions of the Climate Change lobby are given an airing. ‘The aim of the Biggert-Waters Act was to shift the financial risk of insuring flood-prone properties to the … Continue reading

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Inspirations


I write… Because I must. Each thing I see or hear has power. A tree, a landscape, a mother scolding a child or a young man driving aggressively. There is much to say. And not just on everyday behaviour. Once … Continue reading

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