As countries across the world begin to emerge from lockdown, trouble brews.
Author: Junaid Rahim
Lockdown Diaries – “Stay Alert!” and deciding which parent you love more
Deciphering Boris and taking the tentative first steps into a new world
Lockdown Diaries – rain, rain go away, time to let us out again?
Can society be let loose, is Boris Johnson the ultimate deflect prop and are we facing an economic Cold War?
Lockdown Diaries – a spoon full of Dettol makes Corona…..
When Coronavirus daily briefings go horribly wrong.
Lockdown Diaries – negative oil! And how long will lockdown last?
Oil went negative for the first time ever and are we really ready for normality?
Lockdown Diaries – Zoom-bombing, #fakenews and getting comfy
Last week was the week where acceptance kicked in and people adjusted to their new reality. Working from home has become the norm - classic organisations are having to learn fast, otherwise productivity will take a massive hit. A hit they probably cannot afford. Speaking with friends, early indications are patchy. Meetings via Zoom for … Continue reading Lockdown Diaries – Zoom-bombing, #fakenews and getting comfy
Lockdown Diaries – documenting the surreal
We are living through a unique period. History in the making. Let's document and keep a diary.
Is Society about to be upheaved?
Governments must throw out the rulebook and act now. People need help.
Cashflow – revisited
Revisiting an old post (and a timely reminder) - cashflow
How companies control the content we read and watch
Today I look at the algorithms that Facebook and co employ and how it shapes the content we see. Should we be worried and what will the future of content look like? I came across an interesting article the other day that discussed how we are likely to seek knowledge and information in the future … Continue reading How companies control the content we read and watch