20 mph residential area speed limit warning

20 mph residential area speed limit warning (Photo credit: freefotouk)

There’s a 20 MPH zone outside my house, it arrived over the last few weeks in dribs and drabs. I’d seen the Planning Notices a few months ago, but of course hadn’t bothered to question or challenge the intentions. And I’ve not heard anyone in my street jumping up and down demanding a slow down to the traffic and since its arrival I’ve not heard anyone extoling its benefits either.

All that set me wondering: why is it there? How was it planned? Where’s the value for money? [click to continue…]

7 Shocking Stats about the Internet

by Alan on March 20, 2014

in Business, Web

If you are involved in an Internet business, or just curious about where the Internet is heading, this infographic from Smart.Com may interest you:

7 Shocing Stats




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