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We’re number 2! We’re number 2! Yay us! Now who’s US exactly?

About a month or so ago I started getting loooaads of traffic for a really old post from when the blog was still good. This one was about 4 German words we should all use, which is why it was … Continue reading

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On the internet nobody knows you are a Policy Officer

A few months ago I got an email from Seth Godin, world famous internet man. This week ¬†Nassim Taleb, sent me a tweet, the guy who predicted the 2008 economic crash. I am a Policy Expert nobody, and Seth and … Continue reading

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Views not my own

“ALL CONTENT IS MY OPINION AND NOTHING SHOULD BE INTERPRETED AS BEING ENDORSED BY MY EMPLOYER. THIS IS A PERSONAL BLOG.” “Views my own, not employers” “Tweeting in a personal capacity only, not in a professional capacity” The above are … Continue reading

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Views not my own

I buggered up again, it’s not here, it’s there. I will be manually correcting my blogs stats at the end of the month to ensure there are no double-counting. In the meanwhile, here is a picture of a cat doing … Continue reading

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Happy Blogday

It is an iron clad law that a blogger eventually blogs about blogging. As this is the end of my first year, it seems right to do it now. I promise I will only do this once every 12th September. … Continue reading

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5 time travelling tips

If I could travel 10 years back in time in a special Systems Thinking Tardis or a DeLorean, these are the 5 things I would tell myself that I would no doubt not understand and instead ignore. 1: “If a … Continue reading

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