Monthly Archives: March 2017

Map of Now and Next

Holding page…

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Quote of the week

“In the area of politics our major policy obligation is not to mistake slogans for solutions.” Ed Murrow (1908-1965).

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No time to be a kid these days

I’m aware of students that no longer attend university lectures, preferring instead to watch their lectures online at 1.5x speed (going backwards if they don’t understand something). However, I was having a chat with someone today and heard a new … Continue reading

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Graph of the Month

Just been looking at the future of batteries and this little gem popped into view from the Scientific American. Full article and explanation right here.

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An Internet of Cows

As a quick follow up to my blog post on the Internet of Everything last week, I spotted a relevant story in the newspapers this morning. If the news item didn’t pasteurise (sorry) here it is. A smart sensor developed … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Digital Information

I liked this thought…..

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Something a little different

How about this for an example of unexpected creativity. A safety video that actually makes you want to buy a plane ticket. I got tears in my eyes watching this.

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