Archive for the “Industry Trends” Category

Head in the Clouds

Posted on June 3rd, 2014 by Neil Cumins

Connected bathroom scales and BOGOF deals – is this the future of Cloud? About Neil CuminsNeil Cumins is an award-winning copywriter and journalist. He is one of Scotland’s best-known property writers, and is also an enthusiastic technology and IT blogger. He lives in Glasgow, and spends his free time travelling around the UK and watching…

About Neil Cumins

Neil Cumins is an award-winning copywriter and journalist. He is one of Scotland’s best-known property writers, and is also an enthusiastic technology and IT blogger. He lives in Glasgow, and spends his free time travelling around the UK and watching repeats of Top Gear. Follow him on Twitter @G75Media, or via Google+ at www.google.com/+NeilCumins

8 Books To Read Before You Die – And They’re Not What You Might Expect

Posted on April 22nd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

In lieu of UNESCO’s World Book Day tomorrow, newly published author and Midphase writer, Sarah Holt, reveals the books that have a permanent place on her bookshelf. Once, when I was 6, I decided to run away. I packed a bag and headed off to a neighbour’s house to hideout. You know what was in…

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

Bored of Counting Sheep?

Posted on April 2nd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

#teamnosleep is trending on twitter all over America right now, so Midphase thought we’d give nationwide insomniacs something to read while they’re wide awake… The longest anyone has ever gone without sleep is 18 days, 21 hours and 40 minutes. The average new parent loses around 500 hours of sleep because of their newborn baby….

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

The 6 P’s of Successful Blogging

Posted on March 31st, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Freelance blog writer Emilie DeCoursey reveals the secrets of blog success… To run a successful new blog you’re going to need to be well equipped with the right tools including a reliable laptop or desktop computer, a decent camera for taking your own pictures and video, a good sense of your platform of choice and…

Around the World in 6 Twitter Trends – March 2014

Posted on March 24th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Got twitter block? Get the 140-character juices flowing again by finding out what the rest of the world is tweeting about… #marchmadness It’ll come as no surprise that #marchmadness is all over the American twittershpere. But it may interest you to find out that San Diego, St Louis and Memphis locals are tweeting the loudest….

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

How To Create The Perfect Home Office

Posted on March 12th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

by Emilie DeCoursey Just because running your own business from home might mean you won’t regularly have customers filtering in and out, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make an effort toward creating an appealing and inviting office. In fact, taking the time to establish a distinct home office can not only help you feel more professional…

Welcome to Googleville?

Posted on March 7th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

First it was the internet, and then it was glasses, now Google wants to ‘Honey I’m Home’ its way into your house. Ever since the term “The Internet of Things” was coined, industry players have been waiting for the day that small sensors attached to the Internet would change the way humans live and communicate…

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