Monthly Archives: August 2012
I’ve been in Greece doing some stuff. The hotel was very nice, but to be frank it could have been anywhere. Interestingly, the guests were largely American, although that’s probably because the hotel was linked to a large American chain. … Continue reading
Time to revisit this, I think. It’s a list of predictions (I know, I don’t do them) for 2011, originally published in the Courier Mail in Australia in January 2011. … Continue reading
Here’s a quote you may like. I’ve spent most of the day planting box hedging, largely because it’s deeply satisfying, unlike my ‘new’ (it’s a 3) iPhone, which has become so annoying that I’ve given up trying to fix it. … Continue reading
Links with a nice video here and some previous posts on the future of aviation here.
I should have used this thought in one of the books, but it’s too late now. “Given enough time, the opposite always applies.” (RW) Image: kyle mackenzie
A lovely graphic via retronaut.
It is still holiday time so don’t expect too much here. Today I’m doing some final comments on one of my books, Future Vision, and trying to work out how the dog got out of the garden over the weekend … Continue reading
The new office is taking shape. With a bit of luck I’ll be able to park my old car right behind my new office desk. BTW, my ‘sensible’ office remains onboard HMS President on the River Thames.