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Jack of all trades

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To be ‘a Jack of all trades’ has been variously a compliment and an insult, and most recently, an attack on expertise. But is it what we need to be?

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We’re still human

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Lockdown is excluding us from tactile experiences. Any answer to this & future pandemics cannot divorce our digital consciousness from physical interaction.

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Hypertribalism

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Low friction global communication has enabled our fracture into tiny tribes, each with strong views, tight borders, and fierce opposition

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The future holiday: long but costly

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In my research into the future holiday, I looked at the pressures facing the future of travel and the trends that will define how we vacation.

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A race between the four horsemen

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Four horsemen of disaster are vying to define our next three decades. Which one lands its blows first will determine our future.

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The population implosion

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A new report warns of a population implosion by the middle of this century. What does this mean for humanity and how should we respond?

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The self-preservation society

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What connects Brexit, Coronavirus, Ayn Rand and air pollution? All tell us something about our instincts for self-preservation.

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