I imagine that the world that Marx lived in was probably a lot like the one that we are living n today – at least to some extent. The First Machine Age was only a few decades old, and there was a huge increase in the Bounty and the Spread when it came to money. … More The end of Money
Recently I’ve been watching some documentaries about alternative energy. I have to admit that as a kid who grew up watching Captain Planet and Widget the World Watcher, I’m definitely in favour of non-fossil fuel based energy. However, I studied physics in high school and university, and I’ve always had a fascination with nuclear power … More The Future of Power
As today (20th October 2017) marks 10 years since my first trip here, I decided to go through all my photos and make a short collection. However, instead of only finding about 10-20, I ended up picking about 300. That’s a few too many, so I went through it again and culled it down a … More 5-Star Photos
I was recently at the IBC Show in Amsterdam. This is one of the two “Big” broadcast shows; the other being NAB in Vegas. If you’ve ever wondered how TV is made then come along to one of them and you can see the entire process laid out for you. These shows are very large; … More The Robot Revolution is coming – to a TV near you.
First up, I have to admit that I’ve only spent a sum total of about a month in Beijing, so I’m not entirely qualified to comment on it. Additionally, I’ve only gone there for work, so that really doesn’t lend itself to sightseeing or testing things out, so take the following with a grain of … More Life in Beijing
Ok, so it’s a little late, but I’ve finally updated Dreamer to contain the text and images from the C91 (Winter 2016) Comiket version, including art by Weee. I’m also probably going to write some blog posts tonight and stagger them over the next week or so. For those of you that are following along … More Dreamer – Updated
There’s a concept in business called the Innovator’s Dilemma. In a nutshell, it goes like this. A company does some something innovative and disruptive, and manages to displace the original companies in that market. Customers love their product, so they buy a lot of it. The company still sees ‘innovation’ as part of its brand, … More Japan and the Innovator’s Dilemma