Posts on this site in the 'Companies' taxonomy, ordered by date
Blackdown Hearing is an audiology service based in Somerset, UK. I highly recommend them if you need hearing aids and live in the locale.
A rant about the DVLA who have managed to annoy me with the tone of a letter I received.
My bank invites me to enjoy 0.50% interest and I question their use of the verb enjoy in their marketing literature.
Some thoughts on the WallStreetBet/GameStop/RobinHood story. It's fascinating to follow if you're interested in stocks and shares investments.
I find Ocado's van colours confusing, specifically that the 'cabbage' van is purple rather than green.
BA refuses to believe its site didn't give customers the option of a refund and that they requested voucher instead.
Virgin Galactic have made an aeroplane that will travel at three times the speed of sound. About time too.
Why the law remains an ass and why banks still stink.
Ryanair speaks out against the government's social distancing plans for planes.
The support offered by big companies is often terrible and that's particularly true for big tech.
Hardly an illuminating error message from TSB bank.
A Russian company called Promobot created a robot based on Terminator and Arnold Schwarzenegger plans to sue.
My experiences of Wescot Credit Services Ltd and I don’t owe them or anyone they represent a penny.
Barclays Bank have abandoned an employee monitoring system after robust feedback from staff.
BT has announced a new range of so-called 'flexible' TV packages but you still have to sign up for 24 months.
Ring doorbell passes data from its app to a host of third-parties without any opt-in from users.
How is it that companies who chose to jump the gun and develop age-verification software for porn sites can claim £3m in 'damages'?
My thoughts on Sonos's announcement that they're dropping support for older kit.
Why all the fuss about what the Royal Family does? Also, the Flybe potential collapse situation.
Google's quantum computer performs a task in a few minutes that would take a supercomputer 10,000 years.
Why is repatriating the people stranded as a result of Thomas Cook's collapse going to cost the taxpayer £100m?
Why do organisations use the phrase 'we can't comment on individual cases'? Is it really always for confidentiality?
An article at Gizmodo describes the working environment at Netflix, which seems to operate by ensuring employees are scared to death.
Wilkins Cider Farm in Mudgley, Somerset is well worth a visit, not least for the ambience of the place.
The BBC reports that Google is planning a search-like app that complies with Chinese censorship laws despite withdrawing from China in 2010 on 'free speech' grounds.
John Lewis used to be a shop that truly put the customer first, an icon of respectability in the shopping world. No so now if my recent experience with them is anything to go by.
A CBS News article about Google's search and search advertising dominance. An anti-trust lawyer is interviewed about this situation.