The Plough Pub: an example of bad Twitter management

As you may well have seen, the Plough Pub in Oxford fired their head chef over the weekend. What they forgot, though, was that he had the password to their Twitter account (@PloughPub), and decided to vent his frustration, while trashing his former employer’s reputation in the process.

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Finding the middle ground: tackling in the NFL

Another week, another major knee injury in the National Football League. This time it is Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski who has been ruled out for at least the rest of this season with a torn ACL. The defence of the (legally clean) hit on his knee is that defensive players have to tackle low, since they can’t hit high. But what about the middle?

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