Smog I was in Mumbai at the back end of last year. At least I thought I was. As I looked out of my isolated-from-reality-and-sound proofed hotel room I realised I couldn't hear the city. And I couldn't see it. The smog was dense and wound its way to the back of my throat despite … Continue reading Suffocating, solving the wrong problem
A couple of weeks back it was tough to get around quite a few big cities because the cab drivers were protesting - at an app. The app makes it easier for customers and cabs to find each other - thereby reducing poor utilisation, and (here's the anxiety) massively reducing the barriers to entry for becoming … Continue reading Uber, the horseless carriage and the revolution
Back again. Been cooking up something new - more of which later. In the meantime there is much to talk about - like a resurgence of nationalism and how to create really disruptive change. Not the kind of ripples that comes from lobbing stones from the side (or the pub), but the serious "world will never … Continue reading Very loud, very noisy. Of UKIP and Tesla.