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  • No Turkey, just Sharks for Christmas Lunch

    Well I never knew feeding sharks could be so much fun! Today went to join our friends down at Edgeley Park for Christmas Dinner with players of Sale Sharks.
    Whilst we entertained some of the staff and customers of Psycuity, we met new friends from James Brearley & Sons and were lucky to be joined on our table [...]

  • Psycuity announce 2 new signings…

    Psycuity are very proud to announce the signing of a sponsorship deal with not one, but two Sale Sharks players.
    For the 2008/2009 season, Psycuity will be the sponsors of the Sale Sharks forwards Brent Cockbain and Michael Hills. Brent, 34 plays lock and whose previous clubs include; London Irish, Pontypridd, Celtic Warriors and the Ospreys and has [...]

  • Today’s trouble with tomorrow…

    Academic invents a mathematical equation for why people procrastinate.
    Today the Psycuity team came across this article by Urmee Khan in the Daily Telegraph. It summarises a 10 year study by Canadian Psychology Professor, Piers Steel, into why people put off tomorrow, what could be done today.
    His study of 250 college students lead to a procrastination [...]

  • Liverpool Barcamp 2008

    Just a quick blog post to say hi all the guys we met down at the Liverpool Barcamp 2008. A few familiar faces and a whole load of new ones! For those who don’t know, bar camp events are for fellow geeks to really geek out about subjects they find interesting. The events are a [...]


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