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This is the true story of some sad grown ups or 10 year old girls – you be the judge . The conference in San Francisco was over and a couple of Aussie friends and were relaxing in ‘Little France’ (it’s barely 2 side streets) finishing off some palatable French red wine and pate’ when...
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A few weeks ago, distracted and sleepy I backed my car into our limestone wall. I should’ve known better, especially as my wife was watching on. It was highly embarrassing. I stupidly had the radio on, was fiddling with my sunglasses and probably the phone at same time. I ignored the increasingly rapid pips of the reverse sensors...
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87% of all searching online is done at google.com. Google is responsible for a third to half of most web sites’ traffic. Most of this traffic is ‘free’ (your site appearing in the free search results) but a proportion is due to Adwords (the paid for bit in the shaded area). For branding purposes, traffic,...
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Everytime I enter  a meeting where someone says ‘a good meeting is a short meeting’, I know I am in for a long one. Short form blogging is twitter, and facebook updates and basically very short, txt message like posting. It takes  a certain skill to keep things short, but with so much faff around...
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I now have internet on my TV. WOW! Just analysing that first sentence is incredible. Internet on my TV. I remember growing up in the 1970s when we all sat down to watch a TV show, as a family, me probably squatting cross legged on the floor. The 6pm TV news was an event in our household....
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I almost set up a blog 5 years ago. My company was contemplating an IPO  at the time and a fellow CEO urged me to blog about the whole dang process. “When will you ever get the chance again?” Good point. I got as far as setting one up, but never did anything. Like so...
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For the past two decades, I have driven digital transformation and led change at various innovative companies, obtaining strong results.

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