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The Internet of Things

29 Dec 2011
In: Cultural Norms, Seoul
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Doors with phone numbers.
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Connected.

12 Oct 2011
In: Design Inspiration, Minya Konka
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At around 4,500 meters, a tad cold.
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Battle Lines

07 Aug 2011
In: Berlin, Future Perfect
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You can divide the world into people who leave their lenses covered, and those that don’t. And for every camera lens multiply by a thousand …
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Connected Kiosks

It’s that time of the year again – where I take a month off from travel to apply for a new passport (or in this …
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Cars By Numbers

26 Oct 2010
In: Cultural Norms, Seoul
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The South Korean penchant for posting phone numbers to cars to make it easier for boxed-in neighbours to find a way out. Contact information supplied …
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How We Read the City

11 Oct 2010
In Seoul for a couple of days – meetings and a refresher on the mobile landscape. One example of the hyper-connected city? The taxi’s sat-nav includes …
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Connectivity in the Head of Your Palm

18 Apr 2010
In: Bel Air, Cultural Norms
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Oxygen for Ideas

31 Jul 2009
In: Tibet, Today's Office
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We’ve not been issued with oxygen masks, and despite signing a high-altitude waiver form there is no real pending sense of threat. In fact the …
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You, Your Stakeholders

19 Sep 2008
In: Akasaka, Design Inspiration
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What does it mean to disconnect when your stakeholders have a say in the matter? Who are the stakeholders? And what affect can they have …
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Urban Kicks

15 Sep 2008
In: Future Perfect, Tokyo
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The ideal vehicle is traveling slow enough to catch up to with a sprint-burst, fast enough to be worth the pocket-of-calm momentum when you get …
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