London Lite Friday, 21 August 2009 Sign of the timesDesperateCityworkertoutshisservicestopassers-by AN AccouNtANt is advertising his services on London Bridge after being out of work for more than three months. Peter Barlow took the drastic approach --reminiscent of scenes from the Great Depression -- after applying for 150 jobs but getting only three interviews, without success. the last time he worked was for a sole trader in May. Mr Barlow, who has 20 years expe- rience in management accountancy, has been standing on London Bridge in the morning rush-hour every day this week with a sign and a pocketful of business cards. the tactic has been a success so far -- in two days Mr Barlow, from Bow, has had three requests for his cV. Some people are embarrassed and dont want to make eye contact, but they might find themselves being made redundant soon, he said. by AlistAir foster E Continued from Page 1 Gissa job: accountant Peter Barlow shows his contact sign to commuters on London Bridge Inbrief Heat mug is just your cup of tea SCIENTISTS have developed a mug that keeps your tea at the perfect temperature. The German researchers used a wax-like substance that is used in construction to keep rooms cool. It absorbs heat like a sponge, stores it and keeps the tea at the optimal temperature. Channel 4 will broadcast in 3D CHANNEL 4 is to show a week of programmes in 3D this autumn. It will give away special glasses in supermarkets seven days before programmes including the Queens coronation and a Derren Brown magic show are broadcast. There will also be a compilation called The Greatest Ever 3D Moments. Craigs rent has lotsofdouble-0s DANIEL CRAIG has signed up for a stunning New York apartment overlooking Central Park -- costing a staggering $38,000 a month. The James Bond star, 41, is renting a three-bedroom, three- bathroom property in Manhattan for his Broadway debut alongside Hugh Jackman in A Steady Rain. 1930s 2009 Up front: an out-of-work American in the Depression H Mostinfectedpatientsfullyrecoverwithoutanytreatment England in the week ending 18 August. A statement from WHO, the health arm of the United Nations, said: Worldwide, most patients infected with the pandemic virus continue to experience typical flu symptoms and fully recover within a week, even without any form of medical treatment. Healthy patients with uncomplicated illness need not be treated with antivirals. There have been fears mass use of Tamiflu will encourage the virus to become resistant to the antiviral. Medics have also expressed concern over the side effects of the drug, including sickness, nightmares and insomnia in children. 2 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html