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Posted on 30 June 2006

Should you be concerned?

Posted in MARKETS 

Trying to cheer up an old business acquaintance recently whose company is holding on for better times, I said ‘Hey, look on the bright side – we have just survived a downturn as bad as the 1930s’.

Posted on 01 March 2006

How did I get here?

Posted in customers  IDEAS 

Starting Again Imagine that you could start something in your life all over again. I actually did it. But 'why?' My company, Town Group, started life shortly after I left the Royal College of Art.

Posted on 24 October 2005

Robots – are they that great?

Posted in archive 

We don't get on very well with robots, do we? We don't mind if they do our dirty and dangerous work but don't want one as a friend. It is irrational but we do not trust them.

Posted on 12 October 2005

Self-organising systems and swarm intelligence– are we that simple?

Posted in archive 

We are relatively new to the planet but have the biggest brains relative to our size. Is there more to learn from the animal world, and from insects in particular?

Posted on 24 June 2005

Crazy, but true

Posted in IDEAS 

Whatever your feelings about the recent success of 25-year-old Swede Daniel Malmedahl’s Crazy Frog ringtone , you must at least be aware of it.

Posted on 26 June 2004

Synesthesia is a unique sensory phenomenon

Posted in creativity 

For a synaesthete, instead of these senses remaining separate entities, the senses get mixed up. Taken quite literally a synaesthete may be able to taste a shape or see a colour in a sound.

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