Monthly Archives: November 2010

How to Measure the Success of a TV Show

How to Measure the Success of a TV Show.

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In support of Promising New TV Series

Intertitle from the television program Witchblade

Image via Wikipedia

I recently wrote a piece for Suite101, an online magazine, on ‘How to Measure the Success of a TV Show’ that suggests cutting short a TV series on the basis of viewer numbers today is redundant because of Internet TV. I’m hoping to rally support to prevent this kind of thing happening in the future. My article can be found here THE LINK   if you think it helps please add a comment

Has the Star Trek TV series a Future?

Star Trek TOS logo

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Has the Star Trek TV series a Future?.

What to buy Men for Christmas without going bankrupt

What to buy Men for Christmas without going bankrupt.

Understanding Women, their Shoes and their Need for Shoes Galore

Understanding Women, their Shoes and their Need for Shoes Galore.

Will Aging and Death Exist in the Future?

Will Aging and Death Exist in the Future?.

Postal Scams

Well it seems like I’ve won another competition without ever entering it in the first place. I’ve received a letter from the UK Allocations Office, PO Box 78, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 9ZU telling me I’m a winner.

I wrote an article about this con back in September and called it

Preying on the Most Vulnerable in a Recession Should be a Crime

Take a look at my article to avoid being swindled out of any cash, these guys have been working at it for more than ten years. They’re good and they make their notification that you’ve won something valuable appear genuine. Save yourself further disappointment now and dump their letter in the bin.

Why isn’t LPG distribution wider?

Ok, we hear much about limited fuel resources, and suffer huge fuel costs as a result, but why aren’t there more distributors with LPG pumps at garages, and why aren’t more cars offered by manufacturers ready to use LPG?

LPG is a cheap fuel that theoretically at least should provide more miles per gallon, yet the motor industry is ignoring it, why?