Tim Logan referenced our work in his recent post on Linkedin: Mining for the meaning beneath the jargon. Beth and I also had the privilege of working with him and Olli-Pekka Heinonen from the International Baccalaureate at the recent Festival of Hope. That in turn leads to a wider education theme this year with the Retreat […]
Boxing day is inevitably a matter of recovery, possibly exercise and cold turkey both literally and metaphorically. Livening up cold turkey is one of the key post-christmas skills and I will give one of the best recipes on Monday, but for Boxing day its a matter of keeping things simple. I always plan to cook […]
An excellent evening – we issued an invitation to network members to join current course members for an evening meet in a pub. A good number turned out and lot of good conversation ensued. It was also a very natural event, a convivial gathering of old friends, and new ones. Good conversation, updates on what […]
I visit Switzerland from time to time (not enough really). In contrast with elsewhere in the world WiFi access from Swisscom is not the normal rip off. You know how that is, you are in an airport or train station and the minimum fee is a full day or an hour at a high rate. […]
A very old friend of mine from the 70’s, Mary Condren dropped me an email asking for recommendations on where to get started in reading about complexity. I just finished off the answer and decided the answer might have general utility. I reproduce it below with the original request. To give you the context (to […]
I would rather win 3-0 playing really ugly rugby than lose 48-46 playing fantastic rugby,” said Gatland I’m not so sure, but I will stretch a point in a weeks time. eBay prices continue to rise to silly levels.
One of the advantages of traveling a lot is that you often end up watching outstanding films that you would otherwise miss. I flew out to Washington today by way of Raleigh from Gatwick (my loyalty to American Airlines is restored by the way hence the indirect route). I watched the Jane Austin Book Club […]
You know I really love the blogosphere, I had no idea when I started 18 months ago just how much of a productivity tool it would be. To take just one example; last week I was told by several people in no uncertain terms, that I needed to provide a summary of some of the […]
I was pleased to see my cynicism about the Guardian “science correspondent” picked up by people who know far more about these sort of experiments than I do. See here for a well written account of the experiment, and the limits of the conclusions that can be drawn.
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