Fiverr and Lonely Planet Introduce ‘Anywhere Worker’ study

Fiverr and Lonely Planet have released insights from a recent survey looking into a new generation of worker - the Anywhere Workers. With data from across the world, 1400 Anywhere Workers (i.e. people who work remotely while travelling from at least two locations, domestic or international, throughout the year), including 67 nationalities, shared their experiences…

Is vinyl still cool? Yes, claims latest research

Streaming may be the dominant way to listen to music, but vinyl records remain an important revenue stream for artists, while helping serve the consumer’s desire to collect albums, argues YouGov's Graeme Bruce... More consumers in Great Britain indicate a willingness to buy music on vinyl compared to last year, according to YouGov Profiles (32% in…

ShinyShiny snippets: Bitcoin dropped 50% in value since November high

The value of Bitcoin continued to fall over the weekend as it dropped below $34,000 (£27,630), according to the Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange. The world's largest cryptocurrency by market value has now fallen by 50% since its peak in November last year. The slide in the value of digital assets comes as stock markets around the…

All You Need To Know To Help A Child With Autism Live A Happy Life

If you have a child with autism, you know that it can be a challenge to help them live a happy and productive life. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects communication and social interaction skills, which can make everyday tasks difficult for children and their families. However, there is hope! In this article, we will discuss…

ShinyShiny snippets: UK Government plans to rein in big tech

Large tech companies such as Google and Facebook will have to abide by new competition rules in the UK or risk facing huge fines, the government said. The new Digital Markets Unit (DMU) will be given powers to clamp down on "predatory practices" of some firms. The regulator will also have the power to fine…

1 in 10 sent instant message to client or colleague by mistake

The research shows that two thirds (66%) of us now communicate with clients and colleagues using instant message (IM) platforms such as WhatsApp.  For a quarter of us, our personal phone also doubles up as our business phone, meaning the dangers of sending personal messages to professional contacts are heightened considerably.  14% of us admit…

ShinyShiny snippets: Robot chef taught to chew and taste food

Robot chef tastes scrambled eggs and tomatoes. Image: University of Cambridge Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a bot to imitate the human processes of chewing and tasting, in order that they might eventually be able to produce food humans will not only enjoy - but which can also…

Revealed: the apps that track your children

Image: Unsplash While many apps targeted towards children might seem harmless, there are many that track your children’s data, and potentially sell it on to third parties you’d rather they weren’t interacting with. A new study by Uswitch has revealed which apps and games are the most and least child friendly based on how much…

ShinyShiny snippets: Russian troll factory ‘plaguing social media with propaganda’

Britain has accused a "sick Russian troll factory" of "plaguing social media with Kremlin propaganda" after funding what it said was expert research into the organisation. Known as Cyber Front Z - adopting the military insignia used by Russia's invading forces in Ukraine - it was first uncovered in March by the news organisation Fontanka based in…

Top Luck-Based Casino Games

Skill is not the most important factor in casino games. The odds of different games may always seem to favour the house, but some fellows can get really lucky. Online casinos that pay real money are focused on making games more interesting yet ensuring fair play. Can your luck help to win the casino games?…