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Monthly archive July, 2009
Best of TED - Day Four

Best of TED – Day Four

Manhattan on the 12th September 1609 and today. Image courtesy of Traceybrown914 Last but not least the best from the final morning session.
Best of TED - Day Three

Best of TED – Day Three

Nuclear Waste Encapsulation and Storage Facility in Hanford, Southeastern Washington State by Taryn Simon Now we are cooking, take a look at these bad boys and girls.
Best of TED - Day Two

Best of TED – Day Two

Support for the acquatic ape theory? Image courtesy of Chweetletchu And here are the afternoon’s highlights.
Best of TED - Day Two

Best of TED – Day Two

Imogen Heap at Sundance 2006. Image courtesy of Eugene This is my personal view of the cream of the crop from the morning session on day two.
Best of TED - Day One

Best of TED – Day One

Image courtesy of Frogdesignmind Adliterate is supposed to be about my ideas and not other people’s. But I have had the priviledge to get to TED global in Oxford and these people’s ideas are better than mine. So I thought I’d share the best of what I have seen. I guess the talks will be...
The summer of the comeback

The summer of the comeback

Image courtesy of Dave van Hulsteyn This is the summer of the comeback. Blur are back, Oasis are back, Abba have been approached to take part in a tribute to Wako Jacko and Glastonbury almost saw Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young harmonise with each other once more. And just six months after Woolworths finally threw...
Developing your own planning style

Developing your own planning style

The author at leisure musing on whether the title of this post is a tautology or an oxymoron A little while ago I gave a talk to an IPA course for planners called developing your own planning style. As part of this I asked a few of my favourite planners how they would describe their...