About my rating systemClint Eastwood delivers another superbly entertaining movie. However, it’s hard to review the movie without considering the source material.I’ve read other reviews that criticises the film because it shows a one-sided view of Chris Kyle and fails to tackle the politics of the Iraq War. Those reviews don’t seem to understand that … Continue reading American Sniper – Entertaining Film, Disturbing Book.
A number of Lonely Planet travel apps for iPhone are currently available free. These are for cities in the US and Canada including New York, LA, Las Vegas, Vancouver, and Seattle. Get them while you can as the offer runs out Friday 4th Feb (today). They did the same thing just before Christmas when they … Continue reading Free iPhone Lonely Planet Guides
I've just finished reading 'The Commission: The Uncensored History of the 9/11 Investigation' by New York Times reporter Philip Shenon. This fascinating book gives a behind the scenes insight into the 9/11 commission's investigation, and provides a context for the well-documented omissions and distortions in the final report that continue to fire the 9/11 conspiracy … Continue reading The Commission
Here's a run down of some books that I've recently read: The Spin Doctor's Diary: Inside Number 10 with New Labour by Lance Price This book has been sitting on my to-read shelf for a while as it has been out since 2005. The main insight I got from this book was the extent to … Continue reading Books I’ve Recently Read
A few days ago I wrote about how I'd seen the light in terms of work and lifestyle after reading 'The Four-Hour Work Week' by Tim Ferriss. In part 2, before I go on to describe some of the ways that I can generate passive income - the first step towards achieving the dream lifestyle … Continue reading I’m starting an Internet business – Part 2: The Lifestyle 2.0 Model