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Net Neutrality? You Got It!

There’s a lot of talk about net neutrality, and with  US legislators voting to abandon net neutrality, with few people understanding why, what it means and who will benefit (and […]

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Be Careful What You Ask For

Most people want feedback.  The people who don’t want feedback often really need feedback. [geoads2] “How am I getting on?” “Am I good at my job?” “What do my colleagues […]

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Ten Metres of Courage

Swedish directors Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson  have made a wonderful little film that highlights human emotions in a totally unexpected way.  The premise is simple enough, people at a swimming baths in […]

The Ultimate TED Talk

You’ve probably seen a TED talk before.  If you have you may have been inspired.  This TED style talk may inspire you too, quite what you’ll be inspired to do we don’t […]

Making the Most of a Potential Advertising Disaster

The nice people at Licor Beirao spent good money on an advertising board at Wembley stadium, making the most of their home country Portugal playing England in a warm up for the Euro2016 tournament. […]

The Halo Effect Writ Large

Interviewing Skills 101 instils the need to look beyond the stereotypes you might have in your head about someone, looking past the weedy handshake or the really smart outfit to see […]

Would Your Organisation Survive Photoshopping?

After the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January this year, world leaders gathered to march in support of freedom of speech.  One small Israeli news sheet, HaMevaser, opted to Photoshop out the female […]