We have a lot of forest. Since the second world war Greece’s forest coverage has increased. I remember the first time I went walking in England with an Ordnance Survey map how shocked I was that every single tree was on the map. This would be impossible in Greece, we have a lot of wild… Continue reading No, I’m not burning alive: What you need to know about Greek wildfires
If you have any Greek friends you have probably heard the yarns. The terrible harsh measures imposed on Greece “for the banks”. Global capitalism eating up it’s children like Saturn and not a Zeus in sight to fight back. Even Alexis Tsipras, the communist trained youngster, couldn’t do a Hermes on them. He talked the… Continue reading The mythology of the Greek crisis
Soup and cosmic messages from my mum
Moving an entire domain as an experiment for learning more about how and why web traffic comes may sound extreme but it actually works if properly set up!
Producing a television show these days is a much more complex affair than it used to be the first time I did it. It involves taking into account media consumption overall and building it into the show’s appeal and revenue streams.
Greece doesn’t need aid right now, it needs a serious shock to a society spoilt to the core from having it too good on borrowed money for too long.
I was talking to the CEO of a market leading services company recently. He was trying to entice me to get involved, I was trying to avoid telling him too bluntly that the cosy family-style management he had lived with all these years was about to crash completely. We skirted about the issues. “With your… Continue reading Why on earth did you leave CRM implementation to the IT department?
Pride and Prejudice are useful tools in creating social norms and avoiding corporate or sporting crimes
In the age of free we are living, Wordpress is giving away the best interface for this sort of thing