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Posted on 07 September 2011

Tord Boontje

Posted in ARTS  designer index 

His work as a designer has become popular and his focus is around light and he regularly works with glass and lighting. He is well known for silhouettes of birch trees and other delicate natural forms used in fabrics and wall decoration.

Posted on 25 May 2011

Chad Hurley V Jonathan Ive - who do you rate?


The Royal College of Art’s ‘Innovation Night’ hosted Chad Hurley, founder and CEO of YouTube. Post talk, I was surprised by a comment that Hurley had not given much away and that not much was gained in listening to him.

Posted on 22 May 2011

Mexican prints 1910–1960

Posted in ARTS  exhibitions 

Continuing its Mexican theme, the British Museum hosted an exhibition of Mexican graphics, curated by Mark McDonald, alongside the Moctezuma show.

Posted on 18 May 2011

Should you be concerned?

Posted in LINKEDIN  MARKETS  risk 

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 16 May 2011

Creative thinking – providing synaesthetic solutions to complex challenges.

Posted in THINKING 

Conventional avenues of enquiry.There can be few senior people in organisations who believe there are any simple solutions to today’s complex and elastic questions, but they do need answers nonetheless.

Posted on 28 February 2011

Bangkok 8 by John Burdett

Posted in fiction  WORDS 

Burdett writes with great authority about Bangkok, and so he should, as he has spent a good deal of time there and in Hong Kong where he worked as a lawyer.

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