Monthly Archives: April 2014

Just about time to wind down for the holiday weekend. Dinner soon and the unusual pleasure of Thursday NOT being a school night. This afternoon Annie and I visited with our friends at ApexHub in Liverpool – she to check … Continue reading

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Pretty chuffed that this has finally appeared – a project that began 2 years ago and was, shall we say, “interrupted” by the course of history. I know I’m biased in about 3 different directions here – but I have … Continue reading

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Easter is almost upon us and I hope that, like me, you are looking forward to the long weekend out of the rat race (perhaps a longer vacation). There has been a house rule at Chez Barrow/Bradley for some years, … Continue reading

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Devices, everywhere devices. Across London by tube this morning, accompanied by the Bargrooves podcast. Around me, everyone else on devices; listening, reading, playing. We live in a virtual reality. Invested lots of train time last night snagging our new web … Continue reading

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You see, if Apple just made Macs, they would generate $25 billion dollars revenue every year. Not bad. Instead, they have developed additional products to sell to the same and new customers – and have grown to over $150 billion … Continue reading

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Just a heads up. That I will be networking at the BDA Conference in Manchester next week – 10-12 April. Actually I do have a few client visits to attend to, so will be in and out of the exhibitors … Continue reading

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I confess to being burned out by the last 5 weeks of work, during which I have enjoyed a total of 4 days at home, none of which have been consecutive. Chatting to Tim Caudrelier last night, me at Luxembourg … Continue reading

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I’ve met a lot of unsung heroes in my time. People who deserved the recognition of an Olympic champion – but whose sacrifices and suffering remain unappreciated. Today I’m thinking about business Olympians. There is hardly a day goes by … Continue reading

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