In this episode we talk about Paolo's new M1 Mac; Euan pulling further back from Social Media; Enjoying space and time; Being more thoughtful and less concerned about what others' reactions might be; And end up talking about the joys of walking and the pleasure to be found in accepting what is.
In this new episode we start chatting about lockdown-flavoured knowledge management and how to use zoom for open channels and parties, we reflect on the fact that these are good times to chill out and we have our usual discussion on good vs. bad people online. We then talk about Big Sur and the new M1 Macs (one of us is waiting for the delivery), how these are all tools for artisan, and we finish talking about Ikea home automation lights and having Siri around the house.
In this episode we discuss the pleasure and pain of running beta software on every device at once, how British parents are encountering the challenges of algorithms, technology companies’ influence on global politics, and how our attempts to control life often make things worse.
In this Summer episode we chat about new and old cars, the art of driving, Twitter hacks, how more technology sometimes means less control, flying around Europe in times of covid19, how are things in Italy, UK (and the US), cycles of learning and change, and how to focus the social media lens to be better informed.
In this episode we talk about the various new developments announced at Apple's WWDC conference. We also discuss the responsibilities of large corporations in terms of paying tax and doing good in the world, why the UK's contact tracing app was such a fiasco, and Euan gets to rave, yet again, about the Drafts app and the cool things he is able to do with it.
In this episode we discuss the wider meaning of West World (spoilers so if you haven't watched it yet don't listen), then we move on to how not to get driven berserk by frustration with technology, how not to be triggered in social media platforms and life generally, oh and could we adopt a rapid prototyping approach to government?