Category Archive: thinking

Keep on believing…

Well, it happened. The mighty Potters are going to be playing football in the Prem, the top tier of English football (sadly relegating my father’s team, Leicester, which is a little sad). And,… Continue reading

Some moments will be lost forever…

And some won’t be. Thanks to Betty Blade, usual rules apply. Bet you’ve been wondering where I’ve been. Well, unless some clever person has found out my password/offed me in a particularly clever… Continue reading

Can you care too much?

Or not enough in this man’s case. Well, I’ve no doubt that a fair number of the readers of this blog have noticed that England’s Euro 2008 campaign has ended, in spectacular style.… Continue reading

Brain Food..

Depends what you via Bifurcate. Time for something not directly about my workplace (aka, getting this blog back on rambling nonsense mode). It occurs to me that quite a lot of my… Continue reading

Karl Lagerfeld and Creativity..

The man himself. Picture via Robtanphotos. Usual rules apply. I’ve been contemplating the nature of creativity for a little while now, and thought I should share with you a few quotes from Karl… Continue reading

The Boy in the Bubble..

A future 2012 event? Picture via thebiggfrogg. Usual rules apply. No, not the Paul Simon song. Though that is a corker. Today’s diatribe is more concerned with the nature of my working environment.… Continue reading

Usability and T’internet..

The $100 laptop in all its glory. Picture via cheesebikini. Usual rules apply. Well, it would seem that the $100 laptop is not far away from being launched. But the truly clever bit… Continue reading

Selling a Turkey…

Hello there. Just before I bugger off/stop thinking advertising related thoughts for the week, I thought I should have a bit of a rant and a pontification about the nature of products and… Continue reading

What Ad Agencies can learn from AC/DC..

Angus doing what he does best. Picture via T-Klick. Usual rules.. I’ve been listening to an awful lot of three chord music recently (no, no Status Quo, happily). And it seems to me… Continue reading

Effort and Reward…

Being able to shift tyres = a life skill. Picture via macredeye. Usual rules.. A little while ago, I read Herd, written by Mark. And in my Amazon review of it, I expressed… Continue reading