I like food, I like technology and I love anything which will minimise contact with people because of my crippling social anxiety, but if you read my article about the Wetherspoons ‘Order and Pay’ App then you already knew all that. So with that in mind I am super excited that Greggs, the largest bakery chain… Continue reading Facebook me a Greggs!
Christmas is right around the corner, and we all want to get that one last little gift for our friends and family, and ourselves of course. We can’t always afford to do that however, or justify it at least but with services like Humble Bundle it’s that little bit easier to get great items at… Continue reading Humble Bundle is a Bundle of Fun!
By this point most people will be aware of Loot Crate ™ but it’s nearly Christmas and we at Off the Record want to try and help you make a purchase you can feel confident about. For those of you unaware of what Loot Crate ™ is, it’s a monthly subscription box service which for… Continue reading A Little about Loot Crate ™
Who needs the internet to find love? Especially when you have buses! It may not be the most romantic of settings, but it’s still probably better than the dating sites that some of the younger generations use nowadays. It was in 1956 when my Gran, Irene McAdam, first met my Grandpa, John Copland. They were… Continue reading Romance on the Number 9 Bus
So tell me about yourself? I’m 42 years old, I’ve been practising witchcraft for about 20 years although I’ve always had a bit of an interest, but yeah I’ve been practising consciously for about 20 years. I’m a mature student and I’m training to be a counsellor And now tell me about your experiences with witchcraft? Probably… Continue reading An Overview of Modern Witchcraft with Lilian Anderson
Over the festive period while people were buying last minute gifts or stocking up for Christmas dinner RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) announced that it would be making further closures throughout Scotland. Locally branches in North Ayrshire, namely Kilbirnie, Saltcoats and Kilwinning are up for the chop. This will hit Ayrshire particularly hard because its… Continue reading Last Bank In Town: Sweeping RBS Closures in Scotland
So I’ve had to take some time away from HBSA (Hospital Broadcasting Service Ayrshire) to sort out some personal issues in my own life but I feel like now is as good a time as any to talk about HBSA and maybe even recruit some passionate would be radio presenters to take my place. Okay… Continue reading HBSA – A Call for Volunteers
In a culture that is in the habit of demonising video games and blaming them for the extreme and the dangerous elements of society it's always nice when something just relentlessly good comes from them as well. One such example happened at my very own Alma Mater, West College Scotland where they not only broke… Continue reading West College Scotland: Minecraft as a Teaching Tool
Cosplaying has become more and more mainstream over the past ten years or so, I can still remember how just a few years ago it would have been regarded as weird for people to leave the house dressed as their favourite video game character but fortunately those times are passing. Sure, you might still get… Continue reading Welcome to the World of Cosplay
Today was a busy day for Kilmarnock, there was a gaming event taking place at the Burns Mall from 11am till 3pm where there was music, games and activities aplenty. Right in the middle of the cross in the town centre they’d set up a stage for the various music acts that were set to… Continue reading Burns Mall Gaming Event