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The Quantified Mum

Andy Kahl | Posted 24.05.2014 | UK Tech
Andy Kahl

No one deserves a day of recognition for their everyday service more than mothers. But mums are equally deserving of control over being recognised online. This Mother's Day, whether you take advantage of data-driven marketing to find that perfect gift or you give the gift of privacy directly, let your browser help you show how much you care.

WATCH: The Machine Is Designed To Make Just One Perfect Cookie

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Making cookies isn't that difficult really - unless you want the absolute, masterpiece, perfect cookie. Then it gets a bit tricker. But now one man...

Wild About Christmas Cooking

Fi Bird | Posted 17.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Fi Bird

The flavour of Douglas fir combines well with chocolate and infused in cream, it makes delicious chocolate pots. For extra Christmas colour and texture add some pomegranate seeds.

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Tried-and-Tasted: Supermarket Best Brand Cookies

HuffingtonPost.com | Emma Sleight | Posted 16.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle

Budget, mid-range and high end supermarkets went head-to-head against a high-end luxury food retailer in our inaugural tried-and-tested supermarket pr...

What Does Dad Really Want for Father's Day? His Web Browser May Know Better Than You Do

Andy Kahl | Posted 12.08.2013 | UK Tech
Andy Kahl

Dads can be notoriously hard to shop for - and the tired old joke of a new pair of socks or an ugly tie is important to avoid at all costs. So whether you're relying on online data collectors to help you with your shopping decisions, or you're looking to give the gift of privacy - let your web browser help make this Father's Day special.

Review of 'Retro Cakes and Cookies' by Wendy Sweetser

V.C. Linde | Posted 10.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
V.C. Linde

Retro Cakes and Cookies - Wendy Sweetser Cico Books - 2013 Photography: Stuart West Retro Cakes and Cookies contains mainly British and American re...

Is the First Lady the Last Woman to break the Gender Stereotype?

Rosslyn McNair | Posted 22.12.2012 | UK Politics
Rosslyn McNair

The American elections are the best opportunity to see how little gender stereotypes have changed in the US. Presidential wives are reduced to their lowest common denominators, notches on the bed post of femininity.

Review of 'Boutique Baking' by Peggy Porschen

V.C. Linde | Posted 14.09.2012 | Home
V.C. Linde

This is a great book if you like beautifully decorated cakes however it is not an everyday baking book, much more suitable for occasion cooking. The photography is wonderful and the are lots of options of mixing and matching cakes with decorations.

WATCH: Cookie Monster Covers Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe'

Huffington Post UK | Alastair Plumb | Posted 11.07.2012 | UK Comedy

If you haven't listened to Carly Rae Jepsen's super sugary chart topper Call Me Maybe yet, then congratulations: you are one of the very few people cu...

Facebook Backlash After Oreo Celebrates Gay Pride With Rainbow Filling (PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 27.06.2012 | UK

The Oreo cookie brand has stirred a debate by posting a picture backing gay pride on its official Facebook page. The image sees the famous biscuit...

The EU Cookies Directive - Why is it Necessary and How Can I Comply?

Thomas Vollrath | Posted 08.08.2012 | UK Tech
Thomas Vollrath

You may have noticed over the last few weeks a few 'pop ups' appearing when you logged on to websites referring to 'Cookies', asking you for your 'informed consent' to store your data. This is as a result of new EU legislation that came into force at the end of May, but, according to research by KPMG is being ignored by four out of five British businesses.

New Cookie Legislation Mean Sites Ask Before They Monitor You

Huffington Post UK | Melanie Hick | Posted 25.07.2012 | UK Tech

Have you seen weird messages popping up on your favourite websites today? From today, new legislation in the UK means websites must ask you before ...

Time to put a lid on the Cookie Jar

Ross McKenzie | Posted 20.09.2011 | UK
Ross McKenzie

The EU has recently amended the rules restricting use of cookies in a move set to put the lid on the cookie jar for businesses benefitting from the information they gather using them.