August 2010: We’re back! Having enjoyed the trip to the Edinburgh Festival last year, we thought we’d give it another try. And what a difference a year makes in terms of planning the shows. So what’s different?
Tag Archive > decision making
Although England are out of the World Cup, I still fancied a flutter on the games and decided to take advantage of the free and low-risk bets offered by various betting sites. If ever a business needed to take lessons in making information accessible, it’s these online bookies! I was obviously starting at a disadvantage, [...]
Estate agents are the perfect example of why intermediaries are best avoided when dealing with information exchange.
‘Scuse the bad pun but something about this post needed to be lighthearted. The good news is that I have managed to get registered with an NHS dentist in Crewkerne. However my joy was short-lived when I discovered that NHS dentists do not transfer patient records. I’m still trying to work out why this is [...]
You gotta be having a bobble! It seems that someone at TfL forgot to use their loaf when redesigning the map for the oxo cube. Commuters had better kick up a pen and ink or TfL will lose them to the frog and toad… OK, enough of the Cockney Rhyming slang (see below if you [...]
In our quest for finding something to watch at the Edinburgh Festival (see the post ‘Looking for laughs in Auld Reekie’) I collected the following flyers. Well, you can’t quell information gathering instincts if you’re a natural information gatherer! I’ve reproduced them here to see what you think about which show you would have chosen [...]
Princes’ Street, Edinburgh, Saturday 15th August 2009. We’re surrounded by a throng of people – all ages, nationalities, some dressed up in random outfits or carrying outlandish props, others clutching their Starbucks coffee observing the jugglers and street performers entertaining people all along the street. We’re first timers at the Edinburgh Festival, and have done [...]