We can tell a lot about a person by looking at the company they keep. (You should know that all my friends are funny, intelligent and good looking.) Continue reading “Judging by the Cover”
Pirates Kill Music Dead
‘Drastic action needs to be taken in order to save the Spanish music industry.” A grave warning by a stern faced Rob Wells (Universal Music Group). Continue reading “Pirates Kill Music Dead”
The Pokémon Generation
When the web was but a weblet we used Gopher not Google to get around. This was the early 90’s. Before 2.0, before Youtube and Facebook. Before homepages even. Continue reading “The Pokémon Generation”
Stop the Bibliophiles
“At what age should you buy your kids their first computer?”
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Bringing Home the Bacon
With Christmas approaching many of us will share some turkey, deer or pork with their family and loved ones. There are some that cringe at the thought of our furry and feathery friends ending up on your candle-lit diner plate. Continue reading “Bringing Home the Bacon”
Being an Amazon Junkie
I am an Amazon junkie and my addiction is getting worse. The number of books I ordered last month from Amazon.com is higher than the total number of books I purchased during the whole of 2006. Continue reading “Being an Amazon Junkie”
Obese, Sluggish and Impervious to Good Ideas
Dutch Railways are one of the most organized and well-run railway companies in the world. They’ve been doing this particular job for almost a century. They’re experts: they know their stuff.
And that’s exactly their problem.
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