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WHAT WE THINK - page 27

Telling tales with data

Telling tales with data

Apparently, we’re living in the age of data, so I’m learning statistics at Sebastian Thrun’s brilliant Udacity.com. It’s not that I think that data can tell any story, or answer any question, it’s just that its link to maths has put me off before. I…

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My life in computers (so far)

My life in computers (so far)

Health warning: This article is very, very geeky.

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Should I feel guilty having clothes copied?

Should I feel guilty having clothes copied?

When I was in Mysore, India last month, I had some clothes copied. Of course, I feel guilty about it.

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How to Pimp a Kindle

How to Pimp a Kindle

I love my Kindle. It’s one of the instances of a piece of digital innovation that seems “right sized”.

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Digital dos, don’ts and do-dos

Digital dos, don’ts and do-dos

In preparation for my recent rant, I re-read Russell Davies 2009 blog about all things “Post Digital” 

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The last ever digital conference

The last ever digital conference

Earlier this month I was invited to speak on behalf of Futurecity at the Bains Numeriques festival in Enghien-les-Bains just north of Paris.

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How to make a computer from a cereal box

How to make a computer from a cereal box

One of the things I’ve returned from sabbatical determined to do, is learn to code.

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The Creativity Filter

The Creativity Filter

This is an old model that I produced in the mid noughties. It describes the role of public funding bodies, or any other arbiter or intermediary, taken in searching and developing creativity. Creativity Filter from Andrew Missingham

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The Nigerian Petrol Pump Attendant Syndrome

The Nigerian Petrol Pump Attendant Syndrome

From my vantage point in Ubud, Bali, I see that people have been queuing for petrol back in the UK.

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Play in the City: in praise of indiscipline architecture

Play in the City: in praise of indiscipline architecture

Many cityscapes are humdrum to the point of deadening banality. Identikit (often dying) high streets, underused public spaces, unimaginative landscaping and public realm.

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