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Posted by Andy Brown on 24 October 2020
Vancouver-based artist Tim Klein has used the fact that many jigsaws are based on the same template to create some truly weird and wonderful composite images.
Posted by Andy Brown on 26 September 2020
Three photos in the life of a Wise Owl trainer: a London church in the moonlight, the river Dee near Wrexham and the sun rising behind Tower Bridge.
Posted by Andrew Gould on 26 September 2020
Lockdown has forced many of us to look for wildlife closer to home - Andrew Gould has been impressed at what he's been able to see, as these photos show.
Posted by Andy Brown on 23 July 2020
As Wise Owl's marketing guru for the last 15 months (and counting), Karen has got to know us pretty well. Here she interviews Andy Brown to find what makes him (and Wise Owl) tick.
Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020
We invited you to help name our new kittens 6 months ago. Time then for an update on how Annie and Neo are faring!
Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020
This may well be the last in our series of lockdown desks, but it's probably also the most impressive. See what you think!
Posted by Sam Lowrie on 26 June 2020
Our trainers are normally out and about across the entire UK (even Europe sometimes). So what has one of them been doing with all this extra time at home?
Posted by Andy Brown on 26 May 2020
Cryptic crossword clues can be ingenious and witty, as this blog tries to explain. The blog tries to convey this owl's passion for the genre, but also to give a mini-tutorial on how cryptic crosswords clues are constructed.
Posted by Andy Brown on 25 May 2020
Following last month's reveal of what Wise Owl nests look like during lockdown, here are three more snapshots of home life from clients and suppliers.
Posted by Sam Lowrie on 07 April 2020
The Coronavirus crisis has made the Wise Owls flee to their home nests - but as this blog shows, some nests are better prepared than others.
Posted by Andy Brown on 13 March 2020
We receive a fair few requests asking us to publish the answers to our exercises. We have now decided to do this, on the understanding that they are for your personal use only.
Posted by Shaun Wantling on 12 March 2020
In this blog, Shaun explains the 7 apps he uses most often to manage his work and home life.
Posted by Karen Webber on 14 February 2020
Matthew Thirlwell joined Wise Owl as a Microsoft computer trainer in November. Find out more about this newest addition to our team!
Posted by Karen Webber on 17 January 2020
We ended 2019 with a fun day out in Manchester. Here's what we got up to!
Posted by Karen Webber on 19 December 2019
It's been a busy year at the Owlery, and we've taken a look back at some of our highlights.
Posted by Andy Brown on 12 December 2019
Andy and Jenny (the two original Wise Owls) have finally got round to naming their new kittens. Whether this deserves a blog post is another question ...
Posted by Andy Brown on 25 November 2019
Can anyone think of good names for our two new kittens? It was easier thinking of names for children!
Posted by Shaun Wantling on 22 November 2019
People become trainers for many different reasons. In this blog, Shaun explains his journey from being an accountant to training people in IT.
Posted by Sam Lowrie on 05 October 2019
Sam lists out 5 board games you should try, covering everything from matching symbols to killing zombies.
Posted by Andy Brown on 23 September 2019
Bored of the same sandwich every day? Be creative, and try one of these recipes from Lunchbox Dad.