Thrills and spills Vancouver 2010

Anyone willing to hurtle down a mountain at  95mph in a tiny metal pod deserves respect. Bobsleigh is like F1 on ice. But when it goes wrong it can be spectacular as the world saw when Britain’s 2 man bob crashed out of Vancouver 2010. If we are honest  we vicarious thrill seekers only watch … Continue reading

Tribute to Bobby Cox Dundee Legend

Saturday 20 February 2010 saw the sad passing away of ‘Mr Dundee’ Bobby Cox. The English dictionary defines “legend” as a story handed down from generation to generation and all Dundee supporters have been told the story of Bobby Cox from their fathers or grandfathers. There can be no doubt he was a Dundee Football … Continue reading

Q&A: A slice of life with Jenna Rattue.

Jenna Rattue is a 20 year old Communications and Media student at Bournemouth University.To find out a little bit more about Jenna I asked her to reveal a bit more about her life and hopes for the future in a twittering fashion. Q What made you choose Bournemouth University? A Although I live in Salisbury … Continue reading

Timeline: Social Networking Sites

Social networking sites which allow users to connect with each other online have grown into one of themost popular features on the World Wide Web. Here is a brief history some of the most popular sites which have risen to world wide popularity. 1985 –  The origins of  social network sites began with the emergence … Continue reading

Football365.com

Anyone with an enthusiastic approach to football will be right at home with Football365.com. The site is owned by the 365 media group which has an extensive sports portfolio which includes Sporting Life and Sky Sports. There are numerous advertisements weaved into the overall construction of the site which can be a major distraction. In terms … Continue reading

A traditional Scottish Breakfast

I imagine there are thousands of students who miss Mum’s cooking. Culturally and regionally there must be food that you miss more than any other food in the world. Lorne sausage is a square shaped sausage that originates from Lorne Street market in my beloved ‘City of Discovery’. Well I have made a bit of … Continue reading

The search begins…

Thanks to another bout of Insomnia I have found Lost Amigos , so with a little bit of luck I might get the chance to rekindle some really special friendships. I will be digging out the old Kibbutz pics and uploading on to Lost Amigos in the coming weeks…. I will keep you posted if … Continue reading