The X Factor is lucky if it lasts five minutes in my house.
An agonising, toe-curling, excruciating, painful, awful watch.
A technical glitch on Friday evening gave a real insight into how the modern world is shaped by digital technology.
Remember the Millennium Bug?
The Luddites were motley crews of textile workers who rose up in opposition to the mechanisation of the mills during the UK industrial revolution.
There can’t be many who would disagree with me that Tayside House was anything but a hideous scar on the skyline of Dundee.
After months of being cast adrift on the tide, BiFab finally has shelter from the financial storm.
The North Sea is often presented as Scotland’s Klondike.
Please excuse me if I go slightly off piste from my usual business focused column. But my dander is up.
Last week I completed a rare feat.