Category: culture

Four For Friday (30)

This series took two weeks off due to urgent travels, but we are back now. This week’s readings discuss Purpose and Meaning. Fast Company …
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Four For Friday (29)

The luxury sector is negotiating the tight rope between its traditional exclusivity and the open-all-hours, democratising nature of the web. It is a fascinating …
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Four For Friday (28)

This week, we have interesting ones on leadership even though much more is written about business leadership than political leadership or personal leadership. In …
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Four For Friday (27)

This was a week of critical reading of articles discussing the nature of work, the workplace and the worker. The customer should be the …
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Four For Friday (25)

This week marked one year of India’s famous, frugal, successful Mars Orbiter Mission. Aptly enough women in design, science, business, politics, art all caught …
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Four For Friday (23)

A reason behind this series was for me to keep track of my own varied reading. Everything, while appearing disjointed, really is connected. Often …
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Four For Friday (22)

Since the last edit of this occasional series, the scope of this blog has grown to envelope all my interests. Curation becomes trickier, but …
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Life Moves Pretty Fast

Just over 300 pages, including several Top-n lists, notes and an index, Hadley Freeman’s Life Moves Pretty Fast is a breeze to read. Written …
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The age of un-empathy

“My Spotify drains my phone battery”, she said. “Do you listen to it on streaming or offline?”, I asked. “Why, yes I do listen …
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Luxury's other heritage challenge

“You never actually own a Patek Philippe. You merely take care of it for the next generation.” This well-known Patek Philippe tag line tells …
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