Added on 30/01/2012
Bahrain , Bill Gates , Democracy , Housing Minister , Labour government , Labour Party , Mark Zuckerberg , National Health Service , Steve Jobs , United Kingdom
STEVE ROYSTON: Bahrain is debating whether a bachelor’s degree is a necessity for a member of parliament. It will skew the demographics.
Added on 28/01/2012
Apple , Bahrain , Bill Gates , China , David Beckham , Davos , Economics , Egypt , Europe , Fidel Castro , film maker , Glenn Beck , Internal Revenue Service , London , London School of Economics , Malta , Manufacturing , Middle East , Mobile Phones , Qatar , Rome , Saudi Arabia , Switzerland , Tea Party , travel document , United Kingdom , United States , US government , Warren Buffett , Western Europe
STEVE ROYSTON: An Angell visited the other day. Not one with wings, but a Welshman with a biting tongue and the rhetorical skills of David Lloyd George.
Added on 07/10/2011
Apple , Bill Gates , CEO , IBM , Intel , IPad , iPhone , IPod , Microsoft , Nokia , Operating system , Steve Jobs , Tim Berners-Lee , United Kingdom , United States , US government
ALEXANDER MCNABB: There’s little doubt Steve Jobs was an arrogant bastard. I’ve never met him but the absolute certitude shone through in everything he did.
Added on 19/03/2011
Bahrain , Barack Obama , Bill Gates , Colonel , Conventional media , Egypt , Google+ , Hamlet , History , Islamabad , Japan , Middle East , Mubarak , New York , Photography , Stalin , United States , YouTube
STEVE ROYSTON: If it is possible to build a Wikipedia in ten years, is it not also possible to build a disciplined, structured resource that delivers images – both moving and static – in a similar manner?
Added on 05/12/2010
Bahrain , Bill Gates , Facebook , Google+ , Microsoft , Middle East , Steven Jobs
STEVE ROYSTON: The parents of many in the GCC instill in their sons and daughters (particularly sons) the idea that the only respectable career is management.