Joined 11 years ago from Reading, UK
Gary Shorthouse is a scientist and freelance writer. He specialises in writing technical articles, propsals and reports along with articles for websites and SEO.
In the latter capacity he has worked for some big names in the business and on some important campaigns. If you wish to contact him regarding this kind of work then he can be reached at his website Original Web Articles.
His science and technical consultancy website is www.tcore.co.uk.
For fun he is an avid reader, spends far too much time playing Go online (and without improving very much), plays chess, takes a reasonable photograph occasionally, and loves spending the winter months in his St Ives apartment and travelling.
11 years ago
The town of St Ives in Cornwall UK is said to have a special quality of light that makes it appealing to artists. This article discusses the phenomenon.
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