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What if the techno-utopians are wrong? In search of alternative narratives.

What do you think when you think about the future? Do you think about the future? Most people don’t all that often, but the topic is hard to escape amidst today’s future-focused rhetoric. It’s all about innovating for the future, … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget How to Fly The Plane – Managing Technology Transitions Safely

A video of this recent impressive cross-wind landing at Schiphol airport found its way to my Facebook feed. Great work from the pilot, but in the comments I saw a friend of a friend wondering if that was the auto-landing … Continue reading

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Cutting Through the Fluff

Sometimes, the world of technology is not much better than reading a tabloid; a lot of wasted enthusiasm and energy, but zero substance. In a world where every vendor needs to be the “global leader”, every startup a “disruptor” and … Continue reading

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Is your mobile making you dumb?

Could your mobile be blamed for making you dumber? Maybe, and that’s not the half of it – it could kill you. Or, rather, it would be more accurate to say that your obsession with your mobile is what can … Continue reading

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