In this article, we'll take a look at some of the existing laws and some of the pending legislation that can influence how we use our computers and the Internet.
Nothing in this article should be construed as legal advice; this is merely an overview of some of the legislation that's out there, how it has been interpreted by the courts (if applicable), and possible implications for computer users.
When you think about wearing a Go Pro, your probably picture some idiot walking around with a camera strapped to their forehead. V Action (or the pictured Capture Pro) allow you to easily attach your Go Pro (or bigger cameras) to surfaces such as the straps of a backpack.
The Go Pro Chesty offers a more subtle body-mounting alternative and, as the name suggests, lets you wear the camera on your chest thanks to a harness with a quick release buckle. The Go Pro Chesty costs US$40 (Adult) $30 (Junior). A base unit clamps around and strap or belt and an action camera mounted on an adapter plate can then be slid in and out of place as needed, with a quick release lock allowing you to secure or release it. Attaching a Go Pro action camera to the front of a helmet has been used to capture some of the most compelling and immersive action footage you'll find.
Those sliding doors make for easy access, while decent packaging means you can seat five adults, although back seat space is a little tight.
There’s also a 318-litre boot, and the back seats fold completely flat to create 1,386 litres of space. Everything is solidly screwed together, and there are plenty of soft touch materials.
My own, traditionally perfect blood pressure, had suddenly taken a leap from 120/80 to 160/90 and higher. After consulting with my physician, I decided to experiment using essential oils before taking more drastic measures, named pharmaceuticals.
Let me quote from Joe and Amy Alton’s excellent book, The Survival Medicine Handbook: Blood pressure is the measure of the blood flow pushing against the walls of the arteries in your body.
The Ford B-MAX is a really clever small MPV which rivals models like the Vauxhall Meriva and Citroen C3 Picasso, but is a step up from supermini-MPV's like the Nissan Note or Honda Jazz.
It's based on the Fiesta supermini, but with a boxier body it's more spacious inside. Ford has dispensed with the B-pillar, which means when both front and rear doors are open there's a massively wide and versatile opening - fitting child seats is a cinch.
With that introduction, a few months back I decided to explore whether the use of essential oils could help manage high blood pressure during times of trouble.