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Needles in the hay #3 – A few links worthy of your time

Samuel Thompson | Monday, March 05, 2012

—( ‘Do you love reading?’, with thanks to Fiduz )—Each week I put together a collection of a couple of articles, ideas and innovations that I've come across in my attempts to digest all of the information on the internet. These are some of the ones that really stood out. // keep reading...

Needles in the hay #2 – A few links worthy of your time

Samuel Thompson | Monday, February 27, 2012

—( ‘Do you love reading?’, with thanks to Fiduz )—Each week I put together a collection of a couple of articles, ideas and innovations that I've come across in my attempts to digest all of the information on the internet. These are some of the ones that really stood out. // keep reading...

Big Brother – Naughty or Nice?

Samuel Thompson | Friday, February 24, 2012

—( ‘James, I think your cover's blown!’, with thanks to Fiduz )—I’ve always been fascinated by how business use data and what they can discover about us. The benefits – for both the organisation and the customer – are unparalleled, making win-win situations more and more common. That said, how much knowledge is too much? // keep reading...

Needles in the hay #1: A few links worthy of your time

Samuel Thompson | Sunday, February 19, 2012

—( ‘Do you love reading?’, with thanks to Fiduz )—Each week I put together a collection of a couple of articles, ideas and innovations that I've come across in my attempts to digest all of the information on the internet. These are some of the ones that really stood out. // keep reading...

Befriending Hindsight

Samuel Thompson | Wednesday, February 15, 2012

—( ‘Hindsight - 2883’, with thanks to suburbanbloke )— I'd always perceived hindsight as an unfriendly figure with a cocked eyebrow and a smug ‘I’d-have-known-that’ grin. Not the worst kind of presence, but definitely not one you’d invite to parties. And that’s because hindsight tends to appear – along with a life-lesson and a light scolding – when you realise you did wrong. Most of the time anyway. // keep reading...