Category Archives: Weak Signals

The Rise of Evensong – a ‘Weak Signal’?

                This seems odd, but actually makes a lot of sense. Cathedrals, churches and chapels across the country are reporting growing attendances at evensong, a religious service that combines contemplative music with the … Continue reading

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Weak signals (Digital v Human)

      A few things I’ve noticed recently. First my own behaviour. I never listen to voicemails nowadays – it takes too long. Second, have you noticed how few websites are now giving you the option to print an … Continue reading

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Sorry, another stat

This can’t be right. A poll by Populus/The Times says that 14% of UK 18-24-year-olds and 12% of 25-34-year-olds have “warm feelings” towards Islamic State (IS). This compares to 5% of UK adults (?) and 1% of over 65s. If … Continue reading

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Sign of the Times

  Weak signal?

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Demographic shifts

In a village shop. Haven’t seen any cards for 110 yet, but it’s surely just a matter of time.

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Weak signals

In a shop in Amsterdam

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Slowing down

We’ll that’s a first. A computer telling me to slow down… Is this a weak signal? I did a talk in Belgium a while back (yes, some of them are still talking to me after I put their country on … Continue reading

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Weak signals 2

And when you see a weak signal they suddenly appear everywhere….

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