Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Power of Universal Communication

This is the first article I posted on the ol’ work blog, and it’s one I’m rather proud of. I just found out it has been featured on the Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association website, so I thought it was only … Continue reading

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Social Science or Social Silence: The Qikserve App

I finished my penultimate blog post by telling everybody that I used to work in a bar. It’s true, I funded a lot of my University fun with part time bar work, and when I graduated I worked there full … Continue reading

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Fact Checking. Never a Bad Thing.

I feel a bit sorry for Justin Welby. For those of you who are not aware of Justin Welby and his recent, catastrophic, lack of fact checking, let me fill you in. Justin Welby is the Archbishop of Canterbury, who … Continue reading

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Beauty and The Engineer: A LinkedIn Fairy Tale

I read a rather interesting article the other day, you’ve probably read it too, or one similar. It’s about LinkedIn. There we go – I can see the spark of recognition right there in your eyes. You’re looking stunning today, … Continue reading

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Jekyll and Hyde: Decision making and the London Commuter

The rush to get home is something that every commuter is familiar with, and I for one, think of it as my daily exercise, mainly because of all the people I have to dodge, all the standing I have to … Continue reading

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