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Good morning If you are receiving this in the form of the once weekly newsletter, you can hopefully see that our redesigning continues apace (the daily and instant versions have yet to be updated). This
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Checking the weather forecast is a good use for a smart watch, but far from a compelling reason to spend $500 to buy one. In this third part of our series on smart watches, we
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Good morning Exciting news today, well, at least, exciting by my own rather narrow and self-centered definition of the word. I’m starting to roll out a new design for the blog website and associated articles,
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Good morning As you can see in the image immediately above, I’ve made some exciting changes to our French tour this September. Several readers had suggested that instead of an entire week in one place,
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Good morning Many thanks to everyone who sent their opinions in on whether they’d be comfortable flying the Boeing 737 MAX once it returns to service. As promised, your answers have been collated, and I’ve
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As you surely know, Boeing’s newest range of 737 MAX planes were grounded in early March after two crashes, both causing everyone on board to lose their lives. The two crashes related to the same
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