If you needed any clues as to how Duhan van der Merwe felt after his Scotland debut, you only needed to be present at the socially distanced press conference immediately after Scotland put Georgia to the sword at Murrayfield on Friday night. The wing beamed from ear to ear and
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Usually, it’s a Windows user who’s angry about Redmond’s keenness to slip unwanted products onto their screens.
I was rather moved, then, to hear that Microsoft itself is enduring conniptions of the most fundamental kind.
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