Author Archives: Richard

Future Technologies

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Daily Stat

It’s been a while since we had a statistic, so here’s a good one. Of the 21 million homes in the UK with a front garden, around 33% have been turned into parking spaces for cars over the last 20 … Continue reading

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Out and About

Here’s a first. I just had an email from Jesus! I could be making a giant mistake, but I put him in my spam file. On a totally unrelated note (unless Jesus is lying low in the Netherlands) I’ve just … Continue reading

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Future inventions

                            There’s a new info-graphic coming (via Croatia) very soon…..

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Weak signals

In a shop in Amsterdam

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Future Orientation

Not sure I get this, but I thought I’d share. Needs more info I’d say…at least an example. “The structure of the language spoken by a company’s top team affects the firm’s planning for the future, according to doctoral student … Continue reading

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Information overload

                  True or false? (I found this on my desktop. No idea where its from I’m afraid). I suspect it’s a little more nuanced than the chart suggests.

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Kids and Technology

  As a source of balance to the earlier post (Digital Vs. Human), the web genius that has been working with me on What’s Next and Brainmail for 10 years now has just launched a blog called SharpBeans about kids … Continue reading

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Digital Vs Human

  Read this short article, it’s important.

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Or, perhaps, dream drunk, implement sober.

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