In the greenhouse bean plants look ready to plant out but I fear the possibility of frost in the next week. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden: #4 – 26th. April
Because of the limited on-board memory you had to create your spreadsheet from scratch, defining how many columns and lines you would need Continue reading Monday Memories – A New Direction
The important thing is that you don’t have to have a Kindle to read these books digitally. You can read them on your iPad or other tablet, or, if you have one, your Nook, Kobo or other e-reader. Continue reading World Book Day – Going Wide
Following the EU Commission’s findings released on 29th August, Irish politicians and commentators, as well as some further afield, have struggled to find the correct response. In the end the Irish government agreed to join Apple in lodging an appeal against the findings. The methods that Apple, and some other large corporations, use in order to avoid paying tax are well enough documented. A complex series of financial transfers enables Apple to show the greater portion of its profits as eligible for tax in a jurisdiction where the tax rate is zero. It pays tax in Ireland at 12.5% on … Continue reading Apple’s €13 billion: Yours? Mine? Whose?