3rd December 2018

Future energy: The medium is the message

Batteries don’t have to be discrete items. In the future, almost anything will be able to generate and store its own power.

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30th November 2018

Halfway between a stranger and a friend

Greater community engagement and peer support can’t replace our over-stretched services and crumbling infrastructure. But it can mitigate their effects.

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21st November 2018

Raging against the invisible machine

The Luddites smashed machines they could see, the machines that were taking their jobs. How will the new Luddite’s rage against ephemeral machines?

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19th November 2018

The age of creativity is over

The age of creativity is over, replaced by an unrelenting focus on optimisation that locks us into a cycle of failure based on business as usual

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28th September 2018

Two steps forward, one step back

Driving through the Italian countryside on the way back to Rome’s Ciampino airport, an ancient […]

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18th September 2018

Save your career. Get a new hobby

Up there with the most frequent questions I am asked is this: “What should I […]

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13th September 2018

Brexit & the two Canutes

Amazingly, this week marks the first time a client has asked me, formally, to look […]

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7th September 2018

Transport technology has shaped our cities, and will continue shape them in the future

The modern motor car is really only 80 years old, or thereabouts. It was in […]

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30th August 2018

We need to differentiate between future jobs and future work

There are many estimates of how many jobs might be susceptible to automation in the […]

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21st August 2018

Sensory Overload

It’s fashionable to knock email at the moment. Plenty of articles have been written about […]

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Tom Cheesewright