W1nners’ Club Problem Page – I think I have a crush on Mozart

W1nners’ Club Problem Page – I think I have a crush on Mozart

    Dear Darcus, Ever since I started taking piano lessons, I seem to be developing a crush on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Everytime I listen to the amazing music he composed, I can’t help but picture that little powdered wig of his bobbing up and down at a piano as he bangs out his latest…

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Decorate your office wall with Marvel comic book characters using post-it notes

Decorate your office wall with Marvel comic book characters using post-it notes

  If it’s true that there is a genuine relationship between productivity and working environment, then maybe it’s time your office got rid of its blank and boring wall paint and injected some life into the place. What better way is there to achieve this than by decorating the walls of your office with pictures…

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You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a TV newsreader?

You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a TV newsreader?

The early mornings, the daily commute, the office politics, the annoying colleagues, the hangovers on a Friday – bet you’d do anything to get your old job back wouldn’t you? Whilst this can’t happen due to the unfortunate reality of being given your marching orders by your last employer, you could always look for an…

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How to stay safe from prying eyes at your workplace computer

How to stay safe from prying eyes at your workplace computer

Your workplace computer offers a multitude of ways that enemies in the office can gain access to the parts of your life that you’d rather were kept hidden. It may be that you’ve sent a CV to a prospective employer, or maybe you’re having an extra-marital affair with the hot blonde Essex girl/boy that works…

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Motorola fails to lead the mobile revolution with its Iridium satellite phone

Motorola fails to lead the mobile revolution with its Iridium satellite phone

Barry Bertiger was one of Motorola’s brightest engineers who first concocted the idea for the Iridium project in 1985 when his wife complained that she was unable to reach clients via her cell phone from the Bahamas.   As a result, Bertiger envisioned a communication framework that would allow effortless communication between every corner of…

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Govt. says Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding general election results

Govt. says Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding general election results

  Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has said that Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding the UK’s general election results rather than trying to become all rich and powerful by taking over Sky.   Mr Murdoch already owns 39% of the satellite broadcaster but it is feared that a full takeover may result in the media…

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HMRC says the global cyber attack is no excuse for late tax returns

HMRC says the global cyber attack is no excuse for late tax returns

  HM Revenue and customs has said that the global cyberattack is not a good enough excuse for people that have not yet filed their tax returns.   The cyber attack that affected companies around the world may have started via corrupted updates on a piece of accountancy software and notorious late payers to the…

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Coffee chains conduct staff cavity searches in the hope of finding ice cubes

Coffee chains conduct staff cavity searches in the hope of finding ice cubes

  Major high street coffee chains will begin conducting cavity searches on staff after ice cubes at various locations have been found to contain the bacteria from faeces.   Samples of iced drinks from Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe Nero contained varying levels of the bacteria, but luckily it doesn’t take a genius to work…

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Great Barrier Reef to be given same financial status as high street banks

Great Barrier Reef to be given same financial status as high street banks

  The Great Barrier Reef is to be afforded the same financial status as high street banks after being valued at $42bn.   The reef contributes significantly to the local economy and supports over 64,000 jobs so should be deemed too big to fail like many of the high street banks were during the 2008…

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Retailers give up Bond Street store leases and hope to land on free parking

Retailers give up Bond Street store leases and hope to land on free parking

  One in four retailers on London’s Bond Street have considered selling their leases in the hope of landing on free parking instead.   With parking space in the capital now costing the same as Lionel Messi’s latest tax return, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss, De Beers and DKNY are among the big brands that…

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