Great Coffee, Simple & clean

Great Coffee, Simple & clean. Arundel High street , West Sussex, UK 

Lulamae’s is at the bottom of the High Street in Arundel, a hop and a jump from the Post Office.

13 High Street
West Sussex
BN18 9AD

Telephone:+44 (0)1903 883495

They are  open 7 days a week,

10.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Saturday and 10 am to 4.30 pm on Sundays.


If you find a good site that does as it says, Tell people all about it 

I just wanted to post about  a website that I have used now 3 times to book a holiday on. It’s all web-based , like so many sites now, but it has an edge. There is a voice at the end of a phone who will listen to what you say, and will actually tailor what you ask for. The site is  and the site does exactly what you would think. at the moment for people in the UK it has a great PLUS POINT  that you pay in  US Dollars. The villas that we have used have  all been what i consider to be a high standard. and the company is easy to deal with . I haven’t linked to any specific accommodation on the site as i don’t want to influence  any choices. I would definitely use them again


They Have been in business  for almost 30 years so they must be doing something Good


Just to  add, the last time we used this site, we stayed at  this place  and i can confirm, It was as good as it looks  in the pictures, The staff locally were  really helpful

This is NOT a sponsored Blog, Simply My opinions


so just how secure is the data we post….


Taken from 


Security Researcher Hacks Mark Zuckerberg’s Wall To Prove His Exploit Works


Heres one worth thinking about


Earlier this week, security researcher Khalil Shreateh discovered a Facebook bug that allowed a hacker to post on anyone’s wall — even if they weren’t that person’s friend.


While he was able to prove to Facebook that his bug was legit (despite an initial response that it wasn’t a bug at all), Facebook wasn’t too happy with the way he did it: by using the bug to post on Zuckerberg’s otherwise friends-only wall.


Security research can be a pretty tough balancing act. If you don’t follow a company’s responsible reporting terms to a T, you might be robbing yourself of your fair share of recognition and, if the company is one of many that gives bug bounties, a chunk of cash. Alas, exploiting your way onto Zuck’s timeline… doesn’t exactly comply with Facebook’s reporting rules.


In his initial report of the bug, Khalil demonstrated that he was able to post on anyone’s wall by submitting a link to a post he’d made on the wall of Sarah Goodin (a college friend of Zuck’s, and the first woman on Facebook.)


Unfortunately, the member of the Facebook Security team who clicked the link wasn’t friends with Goodin, whose wall was set to be visible to friends only. As a result, they couldn’t see Khalil’s post. (While Facebook Security can almost certainly over-ride privacy settings to see anything posted on the site, they didn’t seem to do that here)


“I don’t see anything when I click the link except an error”, responded Facebook’s Security team.


Khalil submitted the bug with the same link again, explaining that anyone investigating the link would need to either be Goodin’s friend or would need to “use [their] own authority” to view the private post.


“I am sorry this is not a bug”, replied the same member of the Security team, seemingly failing to grasp what was going on.


Khalil responded by taking his demonstration to the next level; if posting on one of Mark Zuckerberg’s friend’s walls didn’t get his point across, perhaps posting on Zuck’s own wall would?


On Thursday afternoon, Khalil posted a note into Zuckerberg’s timeline. “Sorry for breaking your privacy [to post] to your wall,” it read, “i [had] no other choice to make after all the reports I sent to Facebook team”.


English: Mark Zuckerberg, Founder & CEO of Fac...

English: Mark Zuckerberg, Founder & CEO of Facebook(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Should it always be about price, or should stores know their limits


We know that  every one who ever goes within a mile of the internet has to have a PC or MAC at home, with a laptop or notebook out with them, and a tablet or smart phone for those awkward moments when they don’t  have  any other choice…. that’s just the way it is now, and its fine.  My comment is simply  this…….. Should you  go to a food shop for food , a clothes shop for clothes and somewhere like curry’s for electrical products. or are we happy to have superstores that go for global domination. is it too late to reverse the trend

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