Monthly Archives: December 2015

Digital Vs. Human references

Here is version one of the references (notes) for my book Digital vs. Human. This is the same as in the book, but with hyper-links. I will post an expanded version (version two) and possibly an update (version three) in … Continue reading

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Digital Vs. Human – What’s the book about?

For my new book I’ve created an index based upon key concepts rather than trying to include everything and everyone that’s mentioned. Hence there’s no reference to Facebook, Twitter or Google in the index, but plenty of references to drivers … Continue reading

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Digital vs. Human: Bibliography

  Here’s a list of books referenced in my new book Digital vs. Human or otherwise useful. I will update the list across 2016. If readers have any further suggestions please add to the comments. And yes, I know, the … Continue reading

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Cheap oil – but for how long?

Back to global risks…. Leader in the Telegraph today, which ends as follows: “This apparent glut in supply, however, means that capacity globally is quite small. It would therefore require only a relatively minor disruption to supply for the situation … Continue reading

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Paper vs. Screens

Some interesting learning going on about paper vs. screens on the children’s book. Because of the small volume my unit cost is a staggering £11 per book. This is perfect-bound and more or less hand-made locally. Stapling may significanmtly reduce … Continue reading

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Richard and the Robot

  Did I mention this one? Written by my mum in 1966. Coming soon….

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Science vs. Fiction – sci-fi fans needed!

                          Just wondering if there are any sci-fi fans out there with a bit of spare time and brainpower on their hands. I’m trying to find out whether … Continue reading

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All is not well…

  A study by the NASUWT Union in the UK found that 83% of teachers reported workplace stress. Meanwhile, the Public and Commercial services Unions claims that 2/3 of civil servants have suffered from ill health due to workplace stress. … Continue reading

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The Future of Money (a ten year perspective)

                    One of the good things about having done what I do for a long time is that after a while you can look backwards. Here’s something I wrote about the … Continue reading

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            French photographer Antoine Geige has created a series of pictures featuring people having their faces sucked into their phones. This project, called SUR-FAKE, examines issues like technology addiction and dependence (Thanks to Babycakes for … Continue reading

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