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iOS and the power of perception

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As a long-term user of Apple computers, I struggle to find the right way forward in today’s strange times. I thought I had it figured out. But there’s an important factor I failed to take into consideration: client perception.

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Book spotlight: Travelled Far by Keith Foskett

Travelled Far
by Keith Foskett

Keith Foskett has just released Travelled Far, a new collection of hiking tales from the rolling South Downs to the heat of the Camino de Santiago, and pretty much everywhere else in between.

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Windslab Wall

January 2007

It’s my first trip to Glen Coe and I’m planning my first winter climb. Conditions are terrible, but I’m twenty years old and don’t know any better. What could possibly go wrong?

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#Walk2017 – a photographic study of the first 100 miles

At the start of the year, I set myself the challenge of walking 1,500 miles. Here is a photographic study of the first 100. A few things have surprised me.

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Naeboots on the Cape Wrath Trail

Alex Roddie describes his experiences walking Scotland’s greatest long-distance route… with nae boots.

This article was first published in The Great Outdoors Magazine, October 2015.

‘You’ll never make it across Knoydart in those flimsy shoes, mate. And that lightweight tent’ll be ripped to shreds.’

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