Now that Boris Johnson has taken over as chairman of Transport for London (tfl), he might have a quiet word with the chaps that control his parking wardens and ask them if they would mind terribly using their noddle once in a while.
It's the beginning of the end: Wi-Fi will soon be available on planes. Hallelujah! But does that mean that mobile phones will be allowed next?
So what? So, according to Madame A, today is a lucky day!
Why is it so much fun to talk back to your sat nav?
Thanks to AA Gill, we're in the know. His Sunday Times Magazine reviews almost always include the restaurant's tipping policy (and his opinion on it). As a result, we act accordingly when we go out. But a recent article in The Independent reminds us that not everyone knows what's up.
When my wife was pregnant she subscribed to e-mail updates meticulously outlining week-by-week the stages of development the baby was going through. Imagine if that service was in fact provided for adults as well.
Are knife-wielding teenagers threatening our way of life more than terrorist fundamentalists?
Last month, Martha Stewart gave an unintended lesson to all those who feel the need to blog or put post on social networking sites. Having attended a private fundraising function, she posted a photo of herself with a very gaunt looking Paul Newman, sparking rumours of his failing health.
Today, HITC Life is one year old. And we've seen a lot in the past year - a stripper, a charity band of bankers, some Hooters girls, a bit on manbags, some more on Britishness and a lot of sex.
In an attempt to come up with yet more superlatives to praise their products, vendors should not have reason, or geography get in the way of a punchy tagline.
To help us decide, we're recommending one book, and we're looking at the use of three words in your vocabulary.
They have panoramic views, iris recognition in the lifts, and a 24-hour concierge who will stock the fridge with champagne or charter a private jet.
Harry Potter actor also describes trying to integrate at Brown University in the US, followed by British photographers