Fantasy Planning

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By Stuart Payne

“The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of 60 minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is” C.S.Lewis. As postings have been scarce here for some time it seems apt that I’m returning with some thoughts on time, and the management thereof. Time is a constant, it doesn’t speed up or […]

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Are Dashcams the obvious choice?

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By Stuart Payne

This blog has been kindly submitted by our guest blogger, Sally Dickerson, Director and Head of Service at FleetSense (formerly known as Independent Tracking) www.fleetsense.co.uk There is no clearer indication; drivers from both the public road users to the logistics and transport operators are quickly moving towards the use of on-board cameras in vehicles. And for very good […]

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Diversionary Tactics

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By Stuart Payne

I made a journey from Northampton to Merseyside over the weekend.  Consequentially Good Friday for me was not a relaxing, fun time spent with family.  I spent it with family, of course; but it generally felt something like the coach journey from Birkenhead to the South of France I took when I was 16.  Heat, […]

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Omni-channel omni-shambles

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I decided, somewhat unusually, and somewhat impulsively, that I needed to make two ‘technology’ purchases on Sunday.  An eclectic combination of laptop and microwave.  In line with my blog posted earlier this year (‘information overload’) I would normally agonise over technical specifications and both professional, and user reviews before coming to a reasoned purchase decision.  […]

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