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Rory Sutherland
Vice Chairman, Ogilvy Group The Spectator's Wiki Man.
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Rory Sutherland 20m
Replying to @nitingoyal
Next time. Promise.
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Rory Sutherland 34m
Replying to @DRB
I did cheat once, but Breakfast and Tea are the two meals Brits do uncommonly well.
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Rory Sutherland 41m
Replying to @anthonyabdool
Including a few cans of Thums Up, obviously.
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Replying to @anthonyabdool
Fabulous meal for two is about £13.
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Rory Sutherland 45m
refused to eat Indian food for lunch. Shortly afterwards she went to work for the French.
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Rory Sutherland 47m
One great thing about India: you can eat Indian food all the time, as God intended. In Britain there's always some wuss who'll veto going for a curry because they had one yesterday/last week/in 1978 or because it's breakfast or something.
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Nicholas Gruen 2h
Fantastically good exposition of how to conceptually defend the value of qualitative research against the hot breath of philistinism that knows, just knows for sure that quantiative research trumps qualitative research Read the whole thread.
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dave trott Dec 12
“Dentsu is best positioned. They are best positioned because they have the media thing, they have the data thing and they have the digital thing. Those are three areas." Martin Sorrell pays lip-service to creativity.
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Joel Harrison Dec 12
via ‘Amazon opening shops = they spent $50bn to work out that got it right in the first place’! Brilliant!
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Rory Sutherland Dec 12
Replying to @IKJ_Petrocelli
If you were speaking it with a North Welsh accent, this would have been a perfectly reasonable complaint.
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Dan Bennett Dec 9
Interesting thought on (I think!) regarding the compensation 10x1 does not equal 1x10
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E.T. Arias Dec 11
Truth. I have different mugs for coffee. One yellow and one blue. In the blue one my coffee tastes far worse then in the yellow one. Not as “warm”.
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Rory Sutherland Dec 12
Salman Rushdie at his finest, in fact!
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Rory Sutherland Dec 12
The Boeing 787 makes an appreciable difference here. Much more willing to travel east than I was.
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WPP Dec 11
WPP reveals fresh branding to mark evolution:
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Comedy Unleashed Nov 29
It’s been 2½ years since the Brexit vote. Has anyone heard a joke made by a British comedian directed at Jean Claude-Juncker, Guy Verhofstadt or Michel Barnier?
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Petrocelli Dec 9
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Ole Peters Dec 9
Replying to @golchhaJ @pmaymin and 5 others
The formal aspects of science protect us from bad intuition. Economics implicitly assumes that we live outside of time, spread across parallel worlds. Because that notion predicts behavior that is not observed, BE concludes we're irrational. That's just not sound reasoning.
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Rory Sutherland Dec 9
Replying to @44thfloor
In many cases it is not even manipulation, I suspect, but random variation, selection and copying. Consumer capitalism's version of evolution.
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