Monthly Archives: July 2018

The answer is in the cards

As regular readers will know, I’m a fan of using cards as a way of pushing peoples’ thinking along. I developed a set for KPMG (above) many years ago and another based on Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategy cards with Imperial … Continue reading

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Table of Disruptive Technologies

My word it does get around! This time at Unbound. Video link. (table is featured at about 9 mins 30 secs)

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Table of Disruptive Technologies (Portuguese translation)

Seems to have made its way to Brazil! Article here (in Portuguese).

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Brainmail on the Blog

I’m working on issue 107. Watch this space. Meantime, a podcast. Me talking about climate, loneliness, humanity, AI and Trump in a cheese shop in South Kensington.

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Quote of the Week

We are condemed to live in the present. We have neither the attention to remember the past nor the capacity to imagine the future.

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Disruptive Technologies Table (in Chinese)

A4orA3-Portrait-Handout-Disruptive-Tech print_FINAL_CH BTW, an axis seems to have gone missing. The vertical is potential for disruption.

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Food inflation

Seems wine glasses and plates are getting larger, but donut holes are getting smaller (to make room for far more donut). Less is clearly no longer more.

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