Category: technology

A hierarchy of freedoms: Are we slipping down it?

An insurance company’s TV advertisement in the UK asks ‘When is a good deal not a good deal?’, and then actors portrayed as customers, …
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Square Mile Wi-Fi

Savvy readers may know that the Financial District in London, shorthand The City, is just a square mile of space, hence the oft-used name …
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Turn on, tune in, stay tuned...

This mantra, a variation on the pithy line created by Timothy O’Leary to promote the counter-culture in the 1960s, appears to be re-emerging. But …
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Stem cells to the left of them, stem cells to the right of them..

This has truly been a month for Stem Cells so far. For me, this meant a collection of news headlines slowly piling up in …
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Blog this way??

Whoever thought the web or the blogosphere had its own rules, very different from those applicable in the real world, was clearly living in …
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Farmaceuticals..

Yes, I know that post title should have been followed by ‘sic‘ in brackets. I can spell fine but before ‘pharming‘ was cruelly hijacked …
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The world's front-office?

The last post on offshoring has generated some interesting dialogue. My friend, Shantanu Bhagwat, has shared a great link on the International Herald Tribune …
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Innovate-as-you-move

Definitions of innovation vary widely. One definition suggests that it is “the use of a new knowledge in order to produce and provide a …
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Offshoring backlash: an 'un-level' playing field?

Basab Pradhan, an old IT industry hand and now entrepreneur, has written recently about the growing backlash against off-shoring, something that might play well …
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