Copywriter at Bootcamp Media, a cool digital marketing agency based in Birmingham, UK. I also blog for pleasure, and my special interests are music, screenwriting, business and interior design.
Ever since the period of the first Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century, writers, philosophers, politicians and religious leaders have expressed concern about the impact of new technologies on human behavior and values. We are currently living through an era in which information and communication technologies are developing more rapidly than ever before. But how will this new technological revolution affect future generations’ ideas about what it means to be human?
There are two certainties when it comes to a successful website: its design, and the search engine optimisation (SEO) work that has been carried out on it.
Allow me to begin with three possible scenarios… Scenario 1 So, you find yourself completely out of cash, and urgently needing to sell something of value.
So, you’re thinking about taxi driving as your next career move. Certainly, it sounds like something you could do easily enough. You’ve been driving for a fair few years now, and you have a clean licence. You love driving and you know your way around your town or city really well. You also think of yourself as a “people person”, and you like a good chat. So, how difficult could it be, right?
Packing for holidays and overnight stays is something I have always struggled with. While my partner seems to have no problem fitting everything he feels he needs into a small rucksack for a weekend break, I always struggle to squeeze everything I feel I need into my 138 litre, 5kg, 4ft tall mega-suitcase.