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A very curious mind indeed

15/06/2020

A very curious mind indeedAs the world appears to become “curiouser and curiouser”, we could all do with some instructions as to h…

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From Woodstock to Nudgestock

02/06/2020

From Woodstock to Nudgestock Apparently 2020 is what you get when you put together 1918, 1929 and 1968. With just over 40% done, i…

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We would have recorded you a shorter podcast …

04/05/2020

We would have recorded you a shorter podcast …It is said that French mathematician Blaise Pascal, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, and Win…

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“If broadband goes down, we’re all screwed”

08/04/2020

“If broadband goes down, we’re all screwed”For all the disruption that the lockdown has brought to the nation (if not the world),…

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Convolvulus, Coronavirus & the Thomas theorem, or when stuff gets real

17/03/2020

Convolvulus, Coronavirus & the Thomas theorem, or when stuff gets real“If men define situations as real, they are real in the…

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More C-3PO and BB-8 than GDPR and CCPA, and definitely NSFW

23/12/2019

“It’s Christ-maaaaaaaaas!” With the stretched vocal chords of Slade’s Noddy Holder ringing in our ears, the three not-so-wise men…

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Seeing what others don’t

19/12/2019

Insight truly is the superpower that unlocks and drives innovation. By developing a deep and useful understanding of a person or a…

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Why the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad flopped

17/12/2019

A favourite former boss of mine used to say, of those who believed their own BS: “They’ve been smoking their own Kool Aid, Sam!” H…

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Three is the magic number

12/12/2019

Cicero, the best preserved Roman orator, had it right. Three really is the magic number. In rhetorical terms, two items seems ill-…

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