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Top of the Olympic Table

Top of the Olympic Table

The trouble with ‘perspective’ is that you tend to evaluate events, such as the 1906 Olympic Games (later uncredited by the IOC), through the eye of your own understanding. That approach, as I’ve discovered, is destined to produce false starts, sprinting in the wrong...
Mary and George

Mary and George

These times of “lock-down” or “confinement” are for some of us an opportunity to explore new talents, and we found out that our expert Ricky Verra not only is a seasoned philatelist but also a creative illustrator. See below his series are cartoons about stamp...
The World has Changed

The World has Changed

In 1989 an English gentleman working ironically in Switzerland, almost in David Feldman’s backyard, developed the ‘World Wide Web’, and at that time there were no public users of the system we call today ‘the web’. It was a humble beginning. Just one person connecting...