History is a vast subject to be sure. And with so little time to cover it all, plenty of things get swept aside in favor of the bigger stories like World War […]
Clement Benjamin is the Managing Editor for the talkmore's blog.
He has achieved success with well-established companies such as Nintendo, BBC, Newsweek, and Microsoft, to name a few.
So he is pretty well versed in the art of running a blog focused on music, television, movies, and celebrities.
With a niche News and entertainment blog.
Since he found himself in this situation often throughout the years, He has some tips up his sleeve for keeping this entertainment blog entertaining!
What are history’s most weird and wonderful facts? The past is full of curious stories, from a 1930s chastity belt to Boston’s ‘toffee apple’ tsunami. And did Mary really have a little lamb? We […]
On 28 June 1914, Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his beloved wife, Sophie were visiting the picturesque city of Sarajevo. As Inspector General of the Army, he was attending military exercises in […]
We’ve all seen “Saving Private Ryan” and “Band of Brothers,” but here’s a list of facts from World War II that you probably didn’t know. 1. The first German serviceman killed in […]
World War One often conjures up images of a horrific bloodbath fought in the trenches of the Western Front. While this certainly captures some of the reality, did you know that the […]
When it comes to science and technology, the general perception is that Africa and Nigeria in particular is way behind other developed countries who are believed to have already touched the sky. […]
– A Nigerian man has invented a machine that might develop Nigeria for the better – The man built a machine that transforms waste into petrol, Kerosene and Diesel – It was […]
Abdullahi Mohamed Ali, a 27-year-old Somalian engineer, wowed social media users after a video was shared of his ingenious creation According to aljazeera.com, Ali became a national superstar after he engineered a […]
Alice Parker came up with a concept that revolutionised central heating in 1919 – The young inventor was inspired by the cold New Jersey winters that she experienced in Morristown – The […]
Google says it won’t remove Saudi government app that lets men track and monitor their wives and domestic employees
Absher is a kind of Saudi equivalent to China’s Weibo, an all-in-one service that manages payments, interaction with government services, and, key to the Saudi system of sadistic, totalitarian medieval patriarchy, it […]