About Duncan Riley

Duncan Riley Editor & Publisher Duncan Riley started blogging in 2003 after a career of management and Government service. In 2003 he started the Blog Herald, the first blog to cover the then new industry of blogging. In 2005 he was one of the three founders of b5media After a 12 month stint at TechCrunch, writing as the No.2 to Michael Arrington, Duncan left to found The Inquisitr and now runs both Medacity and fortytwotimes. Follow on Twitter at: duncanriley

Author Archives: Duncan Riley

25 Terribly Named Food & Drink Products

January 15th, 2013 | by Duncan Riley

We all know different words have different meanings in different languages, but sometimes you have to wonder. Here’s 25 examples [&hellip

The Internet, a Decade Later

January 15th, 2013 | by Duncan Riley

  It’s staggering in many ways how quickly things change, especially in the online world. I can still remember buying [&hellip

Four Extremely Bizarre Seafood Dishes

January 14th, 2013 | by Duncan Riley

Ikizukuri Ikizukuri, also known as ikezukuri, is the preparation of sashimi made from live seafood. Not limited to fish, Ikizukuri [&hellip

The Tablet That Turns Itself Lumpy

January 13th, 2013 | by Duncan Riley

California based company Tactus has developed a new technology which can turn a tablet screen into a real keyboard with [&hellip

Kitchen Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

September 13th, 2012 | by Duncan Riley

Measurements in the kitchen can sometimes be confusing…particularly if you need to convert metric to imperial or vice versa. This [&hellip

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