Professional

I Became Chief Executive Of A UK M.E. Charity - And Then My Son Was Diagnosed With M.E. Too

Sonya Chowdhury | Posted 22.05.2017 | UK Parents
Sonya Chowdhury

Danny says the one thing that has really added to his severe exhaustion and frustration is having to continually explain how M.E. is not just feeling tired. By sharing his story, I hope that others affected by M.E. have to do this a little less.

Tackling Issues At Their Roots: The 'Gap' Still Remains For Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Professor Binna Kandola | Posted 26.04.2017 | UK
Professor Binna Kandola

For us to progress, we must move past the realm of simply reporting and observing. Even though examining the difference between male and female salaries is an excellent place to start, we must begin to broaden our understanding and endeavour to undertake contextual analyses of women in the working world so we can combat the roots of gender inequality, rather than the symptoms that come to fruition as a result of them.

One Professional's Look At The New MacBook Pro

Thomas Grove Carter | Posted 11.11.2016 | UK Tech
Thomas Grove Carter

A 'Professional' should be defined by the work they deliver and the value they bring, not their gear. Use the new MacBook Pro, don't use the new MacBook Pro. Your audience don't care. You just have to keep making great work however you can. For me, I love it and I think most people will do too... once they actually touch it.

Why You Don't Have to Be a Professional to Try Taxidermy

Margot Magpie | Posted 27.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Margot Magpie

I make taxidermy for art, novelty and fashion. I'm not fetishising death, but starting a conversation around it. I've never claimed to make anything anatomically correct and I think the pieces that more traditional taxidermists do are really impressive and beautiful.

Social Media: Lawyers Blurring the Lines Between Their Professional and Personal Lives

Melissa Davis | Posted 02.12.2013 | UK Tech
Melissa Davis

For many of us who have made our careers in professional industries such as law, the maxim of 'don't mix business with pleasure' is often played on repeat.

Are You an Amateur Or a Professional In Life?

Hugh Salmon | Posted 29.11.2013 | UK Sport
Hugh Salmon

These days, television programmes come round and round like race cars on a track. Gone are the days when, if you missed them, you missed them. And you can pause and rewind programmes too which means, if anyone says anything sensible, you can think about and transcribe what has been said.

Why Television Has Lost to the Internet

Philip Joa | Posted 01.12.2012 | UK Tech
Philip Joa

Once upon a time, professionals made television programs and amateurs made home video. The only time you'd see amateur content on TV was in the form...

The John Amaechi Interview

Tom Constantine | Posted 07.09.2012 | UK Sport
Tom Constantine

In 2007, four years after retiring from his NBA career, John publically declared he was gay. He is the only NBA player, past or present, to come out of the closet.

Women Look Their Best For Just Two Hours A Day, Says Study

Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 19.12.2011 | UK Lifestyle

Despite spending 38 minutes getting ready each morning, women only look their best for two hours and 22 minutes a day, suggests a recent study by Impe...