Tag Archives: Paper

I am in a Bookshop

I am in a bookshop. The biggest bookshop i have ever been in. Two city blocks, rambling over four floors. The bookshop has it’s own car park. The bookshop has a coffee shop. The bookshop has a rare bookshop inside … Continue reading

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Saplings

“Charles Dickens wrote ‘A tale of two cities’ under this very tree” said Andy, as we sat in the sunshine. “Interesting“, i replied, afraid to admit i’ve never read it. One of so many classics to have passed me by: … Continue reading

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A Valentine of loves and loss

A day for love, but not everyone feels it: whilst some people struggle to open their doors for piles of cards, others wait idly by for the postman, destined to spend the night alone. Which is what i’ll be doing … Continue reading

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“I hate learning”. Lessons on change and taxi driving.

The system for allocating a taxi to respond to a call relies on a seven second window. When the job comes in, the person in the office who takes the call types it into the system and hits ‘go’. The … Continue reading

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The discomfort of the Paper Generation. Understanding the proliferation of messages and the full impact of the digital age.

Signing up this week for Scoop.IT, a social media mashup tool, when i was suddenly hit by the realisation that i had no idea what it actually was. “Create your topic-centric media by collecting gems among relevant social media streams … Continue reading

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