Good morning. This Sunday HEMNA will be sharing news from Google News (Technology section). Since 2015, Microsoft has stated that Windows 10 is the last version of the Windows operating system, but what is being seen as hints dropped by … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 06.06.2021: Tech fans excited for Microsoft update, but troubled by Apple’s.
Good morning. Today is the Early May Bank Holiday, a Monday, and the news is brought to you via our Twitter list “HEM Journalism Portal“. Free press advocacy group PEN International marks World Press Freedom Day today to celebrate the … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 03.05.2021: World Press Freedom Day and the Foresight News diary
Welcome to HEM News Agency, and welcome to November as well. The bulletin for today comes from our HEM Businesses list on Twitter. Online training company media4you is offering customers a series of specially-discounted courses as part of their ambition … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 01.11.2020: Technology education for a changing world
Ilford, United Kingdom VIJAY SHAH via DEBBIE WHITE/The Sun According to an artificial intelligence expert and company founder quoted by the UK papers the Daily Star and The Sun, we are but a generation away from a learning … Continue reading INSTANT INTELLIGENCE: Expert says future brain implants could spell the end of schooling
Have you ever wondered what kind of technologies will become established in our world in the next 20, 30 or 50 years? Super-thin mobile phones with holographic screens, robot servants, perhaps those flying cars from the Back to the Future films we are still waiting on?. Well I do not keep a crystal ball in my bedroom, but in August 2017, Spanish-language online magazine TecNovedosos played soothsayer and predicted what technologies we might be using and experiencing in our daily lives in the future, perhaps as early as the next decade. Technology has made leaps and bounds in the past … Continue reading OUR HIGH-TECH FUTURE: 5 technologies that will shape our tomorrow
London, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH KNect365, a subsidiary business of leading multinational events company Informa, is releasing a webinar for telecoms organisations figuring out their next steps in the aftermath of the 24th June referendum that saw the United Kingdom vote by a slim margin to leave the European Union. In what is an uncertain time for many British businesses, the webinar, which is being held as part of Informa’s telecoms.com e-magazine, will help players in the telecommunications industry explore their post-Brexit strategies, as upcoming negotiations over the UK’s eventual status concerning the EU leave the country’s firms wondering what is … Continue reading 5G WORLD: Post-Brexit strategies webinar
Life is a journey. It can be a smooth dual carriageway with no traffic, or it can be a decrepid country lane full of potholes. Ultimately it has to move on and you have to be prepared to move on with it. Things can be tough at times, and you may have had a difficult life or have gone through some turbulent events, but there is always the future to look forward to. Sometimes chances and opportunities may present themselves in your life, and it is up to you to exploit them and turn things around. Each of these golden … Continue reading AN INSPIRING THOUGHT: Life goes on…
Astrology is rather like Marmite. You either believe in it fervently, enunciating the characteristics of every star sign from Aquarius to Virgo, or you consider it a load of fairy dust splattered wish-wash that you wouldn’t touch with a barge pole. As a student of the media and an avid reader of the printed variety especially, it is a well-known fact that I can assure you of, that newspapers and magazines love publishing horoscopes, at least from my experience in the United Kingdom. Astrologers such as Mystic Meg and Russell Grant have been shown on UK television for years as household names, and funfairs here seem incomplete without fortune tellers (inevitably Romany or … Continue reading VEDIC ASTROLOGY: My Kundali shocked me!!
with Anjali Shah (author & contributor) For her English lessons at school, my youngest sister Anjali was asked to do an assessment task of her story-writing skills. This involved penning a short piece of prose using writing with ‘conventions and composition’ and the teacher required it to be written in the first person. Her Unit 3 Writing Assessment won critical acclaim from her English class teacher, who described it as ‘very reflective’ and a ‘compelling piece’. I recently invited her to contribute this short story to the Half-Eaten Mind and after finally managing to get the original sheets from her teacher, I … Continue reading SHORT STORY: Decisions