Often enough military and political might are used as yardsticks in determining the extent of a country’s influence. Luckily, people don’t rely only on these two measurements to determine the sway and influence of a country. Instead things like entertainment, food, fashion, in essence culture, are very strong contributing factors. It should come as no … Continue reading Countries of Influence
The moon is believed to have formed 4.51 billion years ago and 60 million years after the start of the Solar System. Now I must interject here and say that I’ve never been any good at science. In school my physics and chemistry was poor at best, not because of my intellect, but simply due … Continue reading The Moon: Who Owns It?
In Canada, Vancouver is often referred to as a city where housing is leaning towards being crushingly unaffordable. So much so that Canadians in general are aware of it, and share the latest retail price listings like bonfire horror stories. Such stories include micro-suites that demand prices of up to $1,700 a month and sheds … Continue reading Inside Hong Kong’s Tiny Cage Homes
Who is America? This is the name of the new show by prankster and multi-talented film-maker, Sacha Baron Cohen. Time really flies and it’s hard to believe that 20 years ago Sacha debuted Ali G, his first fictional character, and one that’s popularity proved such that a series of shows followed along with a feature … Continue reading Sacha Baron Cohen Is At It Again!
Some would say that a drink is a drink, and you can have one anywhere really, as long as there is a chair to sit on and container of some sort to sip from. But then these naysayers have probably never enjoyed a drink in the glorious setting that is a rooftop bar. Want to … Continue reading The Top 10 Rooftop Bars
Fans of Lara Croft can finally ready their thumbs for the third and final instalment in the Tomb Raider reboot trilogy. It all started with 2013’s Tomb Raider, which rebooted the series and the origins of the character. As the tenth installment in the franchise, it was well-received to the point that 2018’s Tomb Raider … Continue reading Shadow of the Tomb Raider is here!
If you’ve ever browsed YouTube at 3AM and stumbled upon a video that can only be described as questionable, you’ll know that privacy is an issue. If only, you think to yourself, there was some sort of option to keep your browsing history a secret. Well thank your lucky stars, an Incognito mode is now … Continue reading YouTube Gets Incognito Mode
If you’ve ever worked from home, you’ll know that it’s a pretty relaxed situation. Others are forced to drag themselves out of bed in the morning at a specific time, fall into their clothes, pour themselves into the car, and then face morning traffic. Only to then have to face a boss that likely respects … Continue reading Pros And Cons Of Remote Working
There are only a few months left of 2018, but this is no time to start bewailing how quickly Christmas seems to come around these days. Instead, it is time to make travel plans, because a short holiday is the perfect way to get yourself set for the mad dash that is December. Here are … Continue reading 2018’s Top Travel Spots
Aretha Franklin’s passing on 16th August 2018 led many to honour her as an incredible performer. Among her many accomplishments, being the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been one that is mentioned particularly frequently. Franklin definitely deserves her Hall of Fame status, but should her gender … Continue reading 5 Women Who Are Changing the World