Vodafone seek to recruit Autistic individuals

Vodafone has become the largest company in Europe to actively seek out individuals with high functioning Autistic spectrum disorders due to adeptness in blue sky thinking and understanding code. IT companies have long been reaping the benefits of selecting candidates who have high functioning autism because the condition itself promotes ‘outside the box’ and original […]

The Oscars – Diversity, Equal Pay, Weirdness and Disabilities

This year’s Oscars have come and gone admit the regular spectacular musical numbers, poor fashion choices and political statements. I am not here address the issue of boycotting the Academy Awards because it  continues to ignore African American performances and has been dubbed the “whitest Oscars” since 1998. Nor am I going to analyse Patricia Arquette using her time […]

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing in The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game – tells the real life story of Alan Turing, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, the British mathematician who in the 1940’s helped bring an end to World War II by breaking the Nazi Enigma code. He sadly committed suicide in 1954, after being arrested and convicted by the government for being gay. The film […]