Yes!

I’ve read an interesting book called ‘Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion’ (: US | UK), by Robert B. Cialdini. It outlines 6 universal “weapons of influence” that are used to persuade people, and how to defend yourself against them:...

Ugly Design can secretly be Good Design

With everyone working harder and harder in achieving “beautiful design” zen, it may be hard to believe that a design lacking in creative beauty may subconsciously attract more visitors/users. But it’s true! If you’re a tech-head, consider...

FOOA: Interesting points

The Future of Online Advertising conference came and went, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I admit I should have blogged about it at the time but I was busy soaking in all its goodness! So I’ve decided to do the next best thing and brain dump a few interesting facts,...

The Future of Online Advertising Conference

Ryan Carson has kindly given me a free ticket to attend this years Future of Online Advertising (FOOA) conference in New York. I’m really looking forward to meeting and discussing a few ideas with other attendees and speakers. A few names pop to mind right now:...

Are schools constricting creativity?

Sir Ken Robinson presented a very strong (and funny) case for encouraging creativity amongst students in schools, rather than undermining it, at the TED Conference last year. There are many brilliant people whose talents have failed to be recognised in schools....

Pleasure vs. Happiness

Many people when asked what happiness is would suggest that it comes in short bursts. Like listening to a good song, enjoying a delicious meal, or coming to a nice wood fire from the cold outside. You would be led to believe that long-lasting happiness is simply...

Hello World

So I’ve finally decided to give this Blogging malarkey a go. I’ve thought about the topics I hope to be discussing on the blog, and have narrowed it down to these main areas: Web Development Business Development Personal Development That’s a lot of...