Manchester United bans tablets and laptops

Interesting news: Manchester United has decided to ban tablets and laptops at home their home matches.

I wonder how many of the potential 76,000 people that can be seated at Old Trafford this will affect? What happens if you turn up to the ground with your Kindle in your pocket? Do they look after it for you or turn you away.

via BBC News – Manchester United bans tablets and laptops at home matches.

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A good fit

A good fit â

Wine boxes perfectly fitting a doorway

Are you a little OCD? A colleague introduced me to this Tumblr about things that are a good fit: thingsfittingperfectlyintothings.tumblr.com.

I’m not sure if I find the site funny or worrying. Funny I think.

If you enjoyed that try this Buzzfeed page as well: buzzfeed.com/robinedds/times-the-universe-was-oddly-satisfying

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CV tips from 6Talent

Believe it or not, over 50% of the CVs I see fail on at least one of the tips on this video from Ian Mountford from 6Talent.

YouTube video posted by 6Talent.

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ManyThing CCTV security app

YouTube video from Appitized.

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WeFarm and Manifesto

Well done to my friends at #Manifesto for their great work on WeFarm which is one of the Google Impact Challenge winners.

WeFarm is the internet for people without the internet. Members can ask questions and share farming tips and advice by sending a simple, local SMS message. WeFarm uses the internet, and their unique peer translation system, to share this knowledge by SMS with other WeFarm members around the world. WeFarm is making a positive difference.

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MeowChat – what is it?

YouTube video from Appitized.

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RunPee for when you are crossing your legs

RunPee for when you are crossing your legs âRunPee is the silliest useful mobile phone app I’ve come across for ages. It lets you know the best time to go to the toilet when you are watching a film, because cinemas don’t have pause buttons.

RunPee for when you are crossing your legs âEach movie has a list of carefully selected Peetimes. They try to find 3-5 minute long scenes that don’t have crucial plot twists, or LOL moments, or exciting action.

The RunPee app has a few extra features, for example letting you know if there’s anything to see during or after the end credits; that’s handy.

The Timer is their ace in the hole. You start it when the movie begins and it will vibrate before each Peetime. Now you can sit back, enjoy the film and never wonder again, “Is this a good time to go?

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