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James Woudhuysen
Forecaster, predicting everything but the weather
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James Woudhuysen Jun 20
So now we know why what used to be Fleet Street is always saying that what Silicon Valley has become is immoral, exploitative of youth and out of control. Nice.
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James Woudhuysen Jun 20
So now we know why what used to be Fleet Street is always saying that what Silicon Valley has become is immoral, exploitative of youth and out of control. Nice.
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UX Brighton Jun 18
One of latest recruits to the line-up is - forecaster and futurist. Here he is at questioning the hype around and :
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James Woudhuysen Jun 16
“The one addiction people never question, however, is that of ‘experts’ to the ubiquitous metaphor of… addiction”. Me on Compulsive Computer Use back in 2008 Torygraph & right-on World Health Organisation declare games A Menace To Our Children, yeah right
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spiked Jun 15
"The Tet Offensive’s main impact on the worldwide left was to promote Maoism – something that could only, in time, discredit the left", writes
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James Woudhuysen Jun 14
Will talk one year after Grenfell on ⁦⁩, 1.30pm. Such a serious disaster makes vital an ambitious transformation: install fireproof, roomy, quality mass-manufactured iHomes on the Green Belt. Human lives before Gin-&-Jag-Belt property values!
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matt o'neill Jun 11
I’ll be speaking about rediscovering our intuitive mind as machines do more of society’s work at this Thursday 14 June. 12.50pm, Main Stage. Register here:
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James Woudhuysen Jun 12
New OECD report on : Among the OECD’s 37 countries, fewer than 40% can estimate national rates of diagnosis. GPs average just 12 hours training in dementia, and correctly identify only 50-75% of dementia cases
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James Woudhuysen Jun 10
Summit Good to know from one panellist that European countries have always obeyed a “rules-based international order” — as against the Trumpian club of dictators who “just want a macho photo-opportunity”. Penetrating analysis of international relations, Iraq, etc
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James Woudhuysen Jun 8
Replying to @jasonmesut
What is the diagram? How is to do with ‘Trane?
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James Woudhuysen Jun 8
To break all the rules like he did, you had to know them front to back and back to front: to go in Both Directions at Once, as the title of John Coltrane’s long mislaid work had it. Unequivocal good news, soon to be in the shops! 🎼🎵🍷🎷
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James Woudhuysen Jun 7
Replying to @OliGuy
Part of what’s required, deffo. I kept off IT because that CAN make the necessary changes sound all too easy
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James Woudhuysen Jun 7
After HoF’s announcement of thousands of redundancies, I’m on Sky News 5.30pm today on how can help solve the crisis in UK
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James Woudhuysen Jun 7
Let’s hear it for clever (NOT “smart”) pipes, complete with sensors, robot rats, part ordering. For leak-proof water, sewage, oil, gas, power, broadband. For new housing, automated home rubbish disposal, public water fountains. Wake up, !
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James Woudhuysen Jun 7
: ‘total British capitulation on EU terms… looks unavoidable at the October summit’. EU will hem UK in ‘until the latent contradictions... cause a volcanic national eruption, as they surely will’. A mad Marxist? No, one of the right’s sharpest economic commentators
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James Woudhuysen Jun 5
Congratulations to the Telegraph cartoonist Blower () for summing up HMG so well!
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James Woudhuysen Jun 3
So. Car+home interiors pollute, like clothes make you breathe plastic. You’re addicted to coffee cups, sugar, fat, shops, TV, gambling; you need digital wellness software to end the dopamine hit from your mobile. Oh, and Russians will stop our trains (that’ll make a difference)
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James Woudhuysen Jun 2
Harvey Weinstein in better days? No, it’s the CNN “President of Legal” who, his firm having fired , now says he wants to see the actor, 80, in court. His name? David VIGILANTE. # MeToo Read the ever excellent on it all here
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James Woudhuysen Jun 1
Harvey Weinstein in better days? No, it’s the CNN “President of Legal” who, his firm having fired , now says he wants to see the actor, 80, in court. His name? David VIGILANTE. # MeToo Read the ever excellent on it all here
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James Woudhuysen May 30
“It was not about ethnicity, identity, cultural appropriation, language, religion or even, very much, the Russians and the Chinese.” Me on the TET OFFENSIVE, Vietnam, 1968, just out in the latest spiked review
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