Month: July 2015
The good, the bad and the Internet.
The World Wide Web is weirdly wonderful at helping you to find everything you didn’t want. Including some strange books.
Please feel free to add to this Facebook group, there’s plenty more weirdness out there.
A sticky situation
After designing the new banner for York TUC, it’s really nice to see the old one is going to be professionally preserved by the People’s History Museum. We’ve already started collecting a number of stickers on the new one and who knows, maybe one day that one will be in a museum too…
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata Has Died At 55
Will we now see a change in Nintendo strategy?
The Future Of Finance Is In Real Time
The banking sector is typically very slow at deploying technological advances, but perhaps it’s the ageing user base whose reluctance to embrace change is hindering progress?
What do you think you could buy with 175 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars?
Ever since the Federal Reserve started its quantitative easing program in response to the 2008 financial crisis, we’ve been hearing dire warnings about the threat of hyperinflation. Those warnings, it goes without saying, have not come to pass. In fact, if you want to look at what actual hyperinflation looks like, you should check out…
Beats almost had a Sonos killer built before Apple bought them and killed it
Don’t really know what is playing at here. Beats has such a strong brand but could really benefit from some quality. Missed opportunity, or more to follow?
Charged with mischief
This is why they invented Uber, kids.
Why don’t they have more questions like this one?