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Ian
I review Big Finish audios for The Doctor Who Podcast ( )
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Ian Aug 29
Terrible system for Panic! Tickets. Got good seats, went through to AXS where one login problem threw me out to back of the Q
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Ian May 27
Replying to @Painshill
Hi there, we had been planning to visit on Monday 28th, any idea yet if you’ll be able to reopen?
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Ian May 23
has fundamentally changed The relationship between and their users. What does this mean for IT professionals and their career prospects?
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Ian Apr 18
Not happy with who are refusing to remove a fake account impersonating my 13 year old son. How can parents deal with if the social networks ignore us when we try and work with them? )
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Ian 14 Sep 17
Why is it that people seem to get so upset about the premium prices Apple charge?
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Ian 6 Jun 17
tip Is the writing on the wall for MacOS?
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Ian 30 Nov 16
are our atoms really tiny universes? -Alex
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Ian 30 Nov 16
@linkedinpulse Why Support is the most important part of IT "We fight for the Users!"
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Ian 26 Nov 16
SOLAR seems to be offline today but I can't see any notification of a planned outage. Any idea when it will be available?
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Ian 2 Aug 16
tip @LinkedInPulse Do you want to pay the Iron Price for your project?
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Ian 21 Jun 16
Tip @LinkedInPulse Is the ad-blocking war a backdoor to losing net neutrality?
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Ian 16 Jun 16
Tip @LinkedInPulse Why I think the Microsoft purchase could be just what LinkedIn needs
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Ian 14 Jun 16
Tip @LinkedInPulse What can we learn from the backlash against 's bimodal IT concept?
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Ian 12 Apr 16
Tip @LinkedInPulse What does Apple's premium pricing tell us about the iPad Pro?
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Ian 7 Apr 16
Tip @LinkedInPulse with the release of the Apple Pencil and Surface Pen is the stylus is making a comeback?
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Ian 19 Feb 16
Replying to @richardclegg
there are far less serious failings that have been luridly splashed over the front pages of the tabloids.
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Ian 19 Feb 16
Replying to @richardclegg
There is, but a you earlier observed there is often a visceral reaction to these things, especially with the press and parents
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Ian 19 Feb 16
Replying to @richardclegg
Even if you think children's pictures aren't important, many millions of their customers would disagree.
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Ian 19 Feb 16
Replying to @richardclegg
Oddly that is exactly my point. For a company like this, with their customer base, there should have been an economic impact.
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Ian 19 Feb 16
Replying to @richardclegg
That was my original point though, as long as failures aren't punished, no one will improve. Anyway, read my new article :o)
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