Mind the gap

Mind the gap

We’re in new territory so mind the gap and don’t fall into the abyss.

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Jews, still trending after 2,000 years

According to the Twitter Trends I am presented with, #Jews and #Israelis are constant fixtures. Surely we have transcended “trending”?

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Stop taking detailed notes in meetings

Stop taking detailed notes in meetings. It probably isn’t helping you as much as you’d think.

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Cute animal bubbles and happy things

Bubbles by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash

Sometimes the antidotes to all the tragedy and darkness we see in social media in response to world events are cute animal bubbles and other happy things. At least, that is what my wife suggests.

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Mobile blogging shouldn’t be this hard in 2017

Is it just me or is mobile blogging still much harder than it should be in 2017? Why is it still such a convoluted process to quote something, easily add links and publish something appetising from a mobile device? Or maybe I’m just using the wrong tools …

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The beautiful complexity of the human brain

Self Reflected offers a stunnng view of the human brain’s architecture. It is mesmerising.

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Today’s musical salvation – “It’s In The Way That You Use It”

Some days a little musical assistance makes a lot of difference when the day seems to be crawling towards its conclusion. Today’s musical salvation is an oldie from Eric Clapton titled “It’s In The Way That You Use It” from way back in 1986. I created a playlist with a bunch of oldies, mostly from the 20th…

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Black and white tribute to our ocean’s giants

Jem Cresswell has published a remarkable photographic tribute to some of our ocean’s giants, humpback whales titled “Giants“. His collection of black and white images are dramatic and beautiful. According to Cresswell’s website, he photographed these whales over a three year period between 2014 and 2016 in the south Pacific, during their annual migration to Tonga. You…

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