Archive for April, 2014

Daniel Orija

Biomedical student launches UK’s first technological and ethical menswear label

Setting up your business can be tough at the best of times. Nowadays, as the economy slowly and surely starts to recover, an increasing number of people are rejecting the traditional 9-5 paradigm, and taking their future into their own hands. Daniel Orija is one such person. He is the founder of the fashion label Daniel and Lade, which was[Read More...]

Study shows spirulina may help cure lead poisoning and heal the liver

Study shows spirulina may help cure lead poisoning and heal the liver

Spirulina has long been recognised as a superfood for its beneficial effects on the human body and longevity. But now a new scientific study has helped to shed light on some of the other effects of spirulina. Spirulina is a natural type of algae. It is known for its ability to counter the effects of radiation poisoning, prevent cancer and[Read More...]

YouGov study shows that 87% of Brits choose happiness and well-being over materialism

Signs of a mass awakening? 87% of Brits reject greed and materialism

In a world where greed and materialism is rapidly threatening to lead to the decline of the planet, a new study has shown that an increasing number of people are rejecting that paradigm. A survey conducted by YouGov has revealed that the vast majority of Brits (87 per cent) would choose happiness for their society rather than money. Just eight[Read More...]

RIP to internet neutrality

RIP to internet neutrality

This story is an obituary which marks the death of net neutrality, at the relatively young age of 45. The final nail in the coffin of internet freedom was laid bare earlier this week after the Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for the first time in history, will allow broadband suppliers to give some corporate[Read More...]

The secret spy lamp that captures conversations and LIVE TWEETS them

The secret spy lamp that captures conversations and LIVE TWEETS them

A high-tech lamp which can listen in on conversations in the homes has been created, to make people think more about privacy issues, it has been revealed. Dubbed ‘the conversnitch’ lamp, the device has its own Twitter account where it posts snippets of conversations that it has recorded. The lamp was made for under £60 and its current location is[Read More...]