Space Mission UK: A Week of Science, Innovation and Inspiration in California. And an Election, too.
Witnessing the US election up close was surreal. I was lucky enough to spend that week travelling the length of California with ten of the UK’s top “New Space” companies for the third Space Mission UK trip. As we boarded… [read more]
<tl;dr> Swearing can be good for your health. And happiness. It’s day 6 of my New Year’s resolution to try writing a post a day for 30 (working) days. To be honest, I’m struggling, so this might be an every-other-day… [read more]
<tl;dr> Online retailers work so hard to get you to buy, then administer a swift kick to the shins when it comes to payment. My New Year’s resolution to wrote each day is being sorely tested, mainly by Making a… [read more]
<tl;dr> Saying please and thank you really works. Actual real-life professors say so. Not only do you get a better response, but it’s good for you, too. I am definitely a novice at this whole parenting thing. Another parenting triumph #dadfail… [read more]
<tl;dr> Where were you the first time? What did you think? Did you have an inkling of what would happen? I was cleaning out the loft recently and came across this CD promising 200 hours of rfree Internet. It got me… [read more]
<tl;dr> Twitter buttons stopped showing how many times a page is shared damaging social proof and potentially their own growth. The count is down On 20, November 2015 millions, if not billions, of Twitter buttons stopped displaying the numbers of… [read more]
<tl;dr> My New Year’s resolution is to try and write a blog post, or something not entirely work-related every day for 30 days. Some simple, and slightly questionable maths1, leads me to the conclusion that all those emails, documents, reports, proposals, instant… [read more]