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Tom Elgar's Insights

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So this is pretty clever. This kind of technology offers huge potential for speed reading for the masses, especially on a smaller screen....
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Sure it might be a bit gimmicky but this would be pretty cool at an event or in a cafe. Everyone loves a retro counter like this and I...
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Some things deserve (and need) to be digitalised, modernised and brought up to speed in our social media-saturated world. Some things...
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This is pretty big news - all currencies are built on confidence and Bitcoin has been making good steps to build it but I guess this...
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We did this research last year. I just came across it again. It is remains striking how poorly most businesses are doing when it comes to...
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Supposedly tablet sales are leveling off. From my side this isn't so much people not liking them as a limitation of the format. People...
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Maybe still a bit disgusting, but it's certainly not pink goop. It's a brave move for McDonalds to open their doors so candidly, but...
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Clayton Christensen, the master of the disruptive technology, on MOOC's - 'people who are complacent now are in deep trouble'. Very...
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This graph is generated using Google Trends. It shows the relative number of searches for the two academic social networks. ...
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“When you look at our brand-new thin, mobile CEO, it’s hard to even imagine that these guys were once so gigantic that a warehouse-sized...
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Very interesting how Steve Jobs pitches the first iPod for its technical innovations not so much the design. Also it is oddly low...

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