The exasperating and, in my opinion, misguided young man is indulging in self-congratulation in Singapore. He’s hurling criticism at the NHS while safely ensconced behind the paywall of the Sunday Times, a publication that appears to have transitioned from a bastion of serious journalism to something resembling Hello Magazine.Read more
The echoes of Covid may appear distant, yet for numerous individuals, it remains an indelible recollection marked by sorrow, suffering, and distress. Just yesterday, gaining firsthand insights from the former Prime Minister during the Covid Inquiry offered a poignant glimpse into the intricate workings of mid-March 2020.Read more
Begin the week by delving into the world of Henry…
Henry Ernest Dudeny, a mathematician from the early 20th century, devised a fascinating challenge. The task is to link nine dots arranged on a three-by-three grid, and you can use only four straight lines. Importantly, the pen should never leave the paper.
Many individuals struggle with this puzzle because they tend to envision the dots forming a boxed shape. The key to solving the puzzle lies in drawing lines that extend ‘outside the box’…Read more
Communication professionals often employ the term “landing” to assess how a message or concept introduced to the public is received by the audience and its impact on public opinion. In essence, it’s all about gauging whether the message resonates effectively with the intended audience.Read more