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It was sobering to read in a ‘Motor Transport’ review of Alternative Outcome that ‘Peter Rowlands claims to have written for this very publication, but no one here remembers him.’ Sic transit gloria mundi! Well, I did. Continue reading →
Alternative Outcome starts with a chance meeting at the doors leading from the concourse at Euston station out to the forecourt. But what do those doors actually look like? For years I remembered hinged glass doors that you had to push or pull to open. But they’d changed!
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Quite a few transport news websites picked up on Alternative Outcome at launch, reflecting its logistics backdrop. They include ‘Motor Transport’, ‘Freight Business Today’, ‘Haulage Today’ and ‘Industry Today’. Continue reading →
You can read a Kindle novel on almost any tablet computer, or even on a smartphone (which works surprisingly well). And of course you can read it on a laptop or desktop computer. Here’s a quick reminder of how to do it. Continue reading →