You will be extremely hard-pressed to find a negative review of “The Queen’s Gambit”, a Netflix series about a chess prodigy. So let me do my best. We are living in a cinema-free pandemic period with limited choices. Important major international releases are frozen, production of new ones restricted seriously. Netflix can sit at a… Continue reading The Queen’s Gambit isn’t just bad. It is proof that Netflix has made us stupid.
If you are in sales or marketing and above 25 years of age, you are probably wrong. The assumptions you base your decisions on are severely limited. We often thank our kids for ideas, for keeping us “in touch”, but it is much much more complicated a matter. And extremely important. I have hundreds of… Continue reading In praise of fake profiles
Looking at the volume of web searches (Google data) for the two words, there a number of interesting things to note: The glaring conclusion is that “Hellas” (the proper name for the region) is hardly used. Also “Greeks” are seldom requested as people. There is a seasonality. Searches drop off in July… Continue reading Greece vs Greek: a wor(l)d of difference