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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:55
Book Review - Digital State
By 2020, connected devices will outnumber people sevenfold. In a sheer, aggregate sense, the machines HAVE taken over. 
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Monday, 06 January 2014 15:40
The Year Without Pants - Wordpress.com and the future of work
There were a number of reasons why I picked up the latest book by Scott Berkun: I wanted to know how Wordpress made a profit, I thought there was an outside chance it would explain how to do some of the seemingly impossible design tasks on a Wordpress website, and I wanted to know why there was a picture of pants on the front cover.
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Wednesday, 31 July 2013 09:20
Don’t go to work – buy a coffee
Last year Loyalty Magazine featured Chris Ward as a winner of the best CSR initiative linked to loyalty category in The Loyalty Awards 2012 with his company Blue Dot.
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Tuesday, 05 February 2013 12:54
The Economic Imperative: Leisure and Imagination in the 21st Century
It is rare for someone to discuss economics and leisure concurrently. Economics is about analysis of spending patterns, making money, doing business, high finance, allocating resources and achieving world dominance.
Leisure is what you do when there is nothing else to do.

Author John Zerilli disagrees.

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Thursday, 03 May 2012 10:03
The Next Big Thing
William Higham, author of The Next Big Thing (Kogan Page 2009) available on Amazon from £17, was already discussing three years ago the demise of Kodak as though it was a foregone conclusion. The company wobbled on for a couple of years, but the writing was clearly on the wall for film.


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