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Percentage of English that’s Actually English

  Did you know that more people are trying to learn English than any other language on the planet? It’s the main foreign language taught in most schools in South America, Europe, Japan and the Philippines. In fact, English is the official language in over 75 countries. But how much of the language, that we […]

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The Keyboard is Mightier Than the Nuclear Missile

Way back in the seventh century BC, the well-known Assyrian sage Ahiquar is reputed to have stated “the word is mightier than the sword”. Okay, so Ahiquar maybe isn’t that well known today and the version of his wisdom that we are more familiar with is the nineteenth century one; which was coined by the […]

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Quit Smoking – Start Writing

  Whether you refer to them as cigs, ciggies, tabs, smokes, snouts, bines, rollies or roll ups – we’re seeing them used less and less each year. Tobacco smoking is undeniably on the decline in the UK. With national initiatives such as Stoptober, a month-long campaign encouraging folks to stop smoking, a greater amount of […]

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Has Digital Tech Ruined the Art of Handwriting?

  Penmanship, the act of using your hand to hold an instrument and mark a surface with written language has origins as far back as 3200 B.C. Back in those days, pictographic systems were used. The most distant but familiar handwritten system to us stems from the Roman era; when scripts were written for financial […]

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What Does Your City Name Mean?

It is difficult to pin point the exact moment in history when the first city came to be. The city of Jericho came to be from evolving settlements as far back as 9,000BC and is widely recognised as the world’s oldest known settlement. As humans discarded the hunter gatherer lifestyle to a preferred agricultural society, […]

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Naughty Words

Naughty Words in the English Dictionary

For those expecting a long list of all the naughty words in the dictionary, I’m sorry to disappoint you. That could make an interesting infographic, but not a very good blog post. Instead I am going to analyse the existence of our naughtiest words and ask the following questions: What makes a naughty word naughty? […]

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Press Release Content

Why Do We Hate Journalists?

Do we need any other reason? No, just kidding Piers. The answer to why we all hate journalists is simple. We don’t. Rather obviously, it’s inaccurate to say that we all hate journalists. That simply isn’t true. Some people really like journalists. They are very few and far between but they do exist. In general […]

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Infographic: World Book Day 2017

  Share this Image On Your Site   <p><strong>Please include attribution to contentjuice.co.uk with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p><a href=’http://www.contentjuice.co.uk/infographic-world-book-day-2017/’><img src=’http://www.contentjuice.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/World-Book-Day-Infographic-2.jpg’ alt=’World Book Day 2017′ width=’100%’ border=’0′ /></a></p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>   A Celebration of Reading Reminds Us All Why We Should Never Stop   Today is […]

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SM Ruining Blogging

Is Social Media Ruining Blogging?

Is social media running blogging? It is a slightly slanderous title and an extreme accusation to make; but with merit. Technically, blogging is of course a form (if not the very first form) of social media. Telling stories online was the basis for the whole social media boom and blogging was at the very forefront […]

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New Case Study: UserZoom

We have a new case study live! This time around we have had the pleasure of working with UserZoom – the all-in-one agile UX research team. This global user experience company has offices all over the world, from San Francisco to Sydney Australia. You can check out the finer details of the case study here […]

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