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Sunday Column (481)

Spring is in the air. If you listen carefully as you board the early morning train, you can hear the birds singing. Our cats got a lovely mouse I rescued from them, and there is a ‘new beginning’ in the air. I signed another advisory role for a blockchain and ICO/ITO (Initial Coin/Token Offering). This is exciting for many reasons. On the one hand I get to work with some very smart people and on the other hand, I am able to learn a lot from them and the product/offering itself. There is no doubt this part of technology is going to be big, so getting involved early is never a bad thing. Exciting times ahead, and more info will be shared on LinkedIn when appropriate. So as you can see I keep myself busy. That is essential. It is interesting how weeks evolve and things happening out of nothing and your week just gets a different spin. For example I spoke to a company one day which after only 30 minutes thought I wouldn’t be commercial enough, despite my experience definitely being able to do that. Then just a few hours later I was in knee deep discussions how

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Thursday Flash (11)

Flash…. Having just spoken on a conference about AI (Artificial Intelligence), it is just fair to share this opinion piece by Stephen Hawking about whether or not we all die in 1,000 years…because robots take over?! To mix it up a bit, this post talks about Evernote alternatives. I was surprised that at my current work I’d say about 90% of people using Evernote. It is an amazing tool and whilst there are alternatives, I am not sure there are…. 🙂 And since I read a lot about productivity, this article on Morning Routines is worth reading! Hope you enjoyed this week’s bulletin, and if you did, please share this forward. Flash….

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