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Michael Rundle

This Gadget Transforms Your iPad Into A Digital Sketchbook

HuffingtonPost.com | Michael Rundle | Posted 04.08.2014 | UK Tech

'Paper' by FiftyThree is ostensibly a very simple piece of software: it's a sketching app, no more or less, with the straightforward mission of replic...

Paper Chase

Clare Finney | Posted 19.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Clare Finney

"You can't cancel!" shrills the voice on the phone. "It's in the diary. That's final!" Though I'm hardly a model of reliability, it is my friend who flakes on our arrangements most, and I'm offended by the implication of her words. What does she mean 'I can't cancel'? Why does she care suddenly?

Customer Service Must Keep a Place for Paper

Christian Toon | Posted 11.06.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

The Iron Mountain study revealed that over half (57 per cent) of firms do nothing with customer communications that arrive on paper. Instead, they wait until we grow sufficiently frustrated to phone or email to ask why nothing's happened, and only then do they act.

Customer Service Sorrows

Christian Toon | Posted 06.06.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

What's your biggest gripe when it comes to customer service? Automated answering machines? Long wait times? Being shunted from department to department? Being forced to follow up over and over again?

The Power of Paper in an Age of Big Data

Christian Toon | Posted 20.05.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

A few years ago, Qinetiq, a leading defence company, built a small unmanned aircraft to take pictures of its hot air balloon record attempt.

Rise of the Commuter Snoopers

Christian Toon | Posted 05.04.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

Imagine the situation: you're on the train to a meeting, going over some papers and you need to leave the carriage to go grab a coffee from the buffet car. What do you do with your briefcase? You'll only be gone two minutes and your laptop is safely stowed in the office, so what's the harm in leaving it on your seat?

Paper: The Future of Facebook?

Matt Owen | Posted 06.04.2014 | UK Tech
Matt Owen

Paper itself is a fairly straightforward news-curation/publishing app, but its launch and recent comments from Mark Zuckerberg about further releases in the near future paint a fascinating picture of Facebook's possible future, one which may be quite different from the ubiquitous social platform we're all so familiar with.

10 Things We Know Because They Were Put Down on Paper

Christian Toon | Posted 30.03.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

On Data Protection Day, we mark the importance of preserving and extracting value from information with a list of ten things we only know because the paper records were protected.

To Preserve the Power of Paper We Need to Turn to Technology

Christian Toon | Posted 19.02.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

There's something about paper. Not the crisp-sheet-of-A4-fresh-from-the-printer kind of paper, but the slightly crumpled, much-read kind that carries precious words or a faded picture of someone no longer part of our lives, but who once meant everything. The kind of paper that dreams and memories and even history are made of.

Paperless Pandemonium

Christian Toon | Posted 05.02.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

If you take a moment to think about every piece of paper you handle in a day, you'll see the paper soon stacks up. Here, for example, are just some of the paper items that passed through my hands today...

Saatchi On Paper

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 18.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Lorenzo Belenguer

A new exhibition, titled Paper, has just open at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea based on one medium which is becoming more and more scarce: paper. We are living in an increasingly 'paperless' society.

The Visual Future of Breaking News

Yvonne Chien | Posted 27.05.2013 | UK Tech
Yvonne Chien

Today's rapidly changing pattern of media consumption is a force which editors and publishers are all too aware of. The ability to showcase stories through a vast array of multimedia platforms is now an essential editorial tool which almost every media outlet is taking advantage of to accommodate their readers' expectations.

Why Are They Called 'Smart' Phones Anyway?

Morgana Edwards | Posted 02.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Morgana Edwards

I must at this stage confess, I have an iPhone 4S. A bizarre statement to make while trying to recruit members of my anti-smart phone army, but bear with me. I have only had it since December and, no, it wasn't my choice.

Is Your Degree More Than Just a Piece of Paper?

Tom Davies | Posted 15.09.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Tom Davies

We live in a world where pragmatism dominates idealism. Does a nurse or an accountant provide more value to society? When faced with a question like this, the idealists among us would question the definition of "value". By contrast, the pragmatists would revert to the only objective benchmark available and declare that six figures are better than five.

It's Time to Crash the High-Tax, Non-Growth, Pseudo-Green Party - Who's Coming With Me?

Raheem Kassam | Posted 22.04.2012 | UK Politics
Raheem Kassam

I thought you'd be interested in this party because you'll actually be footing a lot of the bill. Not just now, or at the event, but for the foreseeable future too. You and the world's poor that is (the 99%, if you will), funding a jaunt for European paper producers to talk shop on protectionism and how they'll continue to racketeer from developing nations.

Oliver Letwin Caught Throwing Away Secret Documents In Public Bin

PA | Posted 13.12.2011 | UK Politics

Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Letwin has been dumping government documents in park waste paper bins, it has been reported. The Daily Mirror report...