Of snake oil and sleep aids – my latest Huffington Post blog

You can read my latest blog for Huffinton Post over there. Or here: Email fraudsters are in the wrong business Preying on the desperate? Exploiting people’s deepest hopes and fears to extract money from them? Selling them snake oil at a massive profit? If you’re an enterprising Nigerian prince or Uzbek lottery winner, have I […]

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My latest Huffington Post blog: six simple rules every parent should follow when naming their baby

A slightly (slightly) tongue-in-cheek piece for Huffington Post… You can read it over there and give them more ad money if you like by clicking the link below, or the full piece is just below that, with no adds, just cute picture of Eddy: Six simple rules every parent should follow when naming their baby […]

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More hands to rock the cradle – The Economist backs extending paternity leave provision

There are no great revelations in this article from the Economist about paternity and maternity leave, and it is quite US-centric (where as we all know, parental leave provision is absolutely, utterly pathetic), but it is interesting for two reasons. First of all, seeing the traditionally libertarian and laisez-afire Economist back paying parents to stay […]

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