Day: May 21, 2015

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Gascoigne: Film Review

By Jack Peat, TLE Editor The greatest tragedy of Paul Gascoigne's life is how few people will remember him for what he was; a truly phenomenal footballer. A mainstay of tabloid newspapers, the England legend has endured an unprecedented fall from grace since the glory days of his football career. ...

Record Review: The Vaccines – English Graffiti

Record Review: The Vaccines – English Graffiti

By Declan Roberts (@DeclanMR) After a relatively short time in the spotlight The Vaccines have covered a number of indie genre conventions. They straddled garage with ‘Wreckin' Bar’ and ‘Norgaard’, juggled ballads like ‘Post Break-Up Sex’ and the heartfelt love song ‘Melody Calling’. This is a dynamic band. With this said and ...

Using Apple Watch as a Business Leader

Using Apple Watch as a Business Leader

 By Mark Mason, Chairman of Mubaloo Group Much has been written about Apple Watch. Rather than going into whether this is a good device or not, let’s first start with why anyone would need notifications on their wrist. If, like me, the majority of your day is spent in meetings ...

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Witnessing the Birth of Volcanic, Evolutionary Laboratories

Japan’s new volcanic islands provide scientists with an opportunity to study new life colonising untouched land By Dr. Robin George Andrews, TLE Science Editor  Have you ever heard of an island called Atarashii Shima, off the coast of Japan? I’m betting you haven’t, but to be fair, before November 2013, neither ...

Record Review: Paul Weller – Saturns Pattern

Record Review: Paul Weller – Saturns Pattern

By Dan Drage (@DanDrage) It’s not easy being an admirer of Paul Weller. First and foremost, there’s the baggage – Britpop’s foul and lingering stench, the zombie apocalypse of knucklehead fans who spend entire shows screaming for Eton Rifles like they’re somehow entitled to it, the discrepancies between the power ...