Category Archives: Data visualisation

Nice map




Why didn’t someone think if this before! (Thanks J). In the car today. Radio: “If you haven’t done your Christmas shopping yet there’s still a month to go” Me: “F*%$ off” (It’s still November) Radio: “We’re giving an Amazon Echo … Continue reading






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The robots really are coming









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Drones




Crowded airspace! (Thanks Patrick).






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Mega-Map of Global Mega-Trends




Getting there….






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Risk Map 2015+




Here’s my map of global game changers & regional risks. I was going to wait until September to publish this, but it’s been done early so what the heck. I’ll post a longer explanatory note about process and contents tomorrow. … Continue reading






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Global Risks Map




Getting closer. Just arguing with myself about where certain ‘events’ should be placed. As you can see it’s not 100% serious (hey it gets a bit heavy in places). I was going to add Donald Trump as a global risk, … Continue reading






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Global Risks




  My new map – 101 Ways the World Could Change – is almost done. Gimme a week or so…..






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Time to Think – Properly




  I’ve got maps coming out of my ears! Doing 101 Global risks, a new 2015+ Trends & Technology Timeline, the Future of London and now the Future of the NHS (National Health Service). This last one is a treat … Continue reading






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Risk map




  Here’s my initial thinking for my risk map. Probabilities are guestimates and should not be taken too seriously. Impact is generally defined as economic impact and is again only an estimate. Anyone like to suggest anything else? Major Risks … Continue reading






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New Risk Map




Rough is done. Give it a week or two and I’ll have something presentable.






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