Today’s Office

En Route

Koln: en route
A private speaking gig in Koln, dropped off family in Berlin for a few days, and on to London. Spent 30 minutes on the platform …



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03 Oct 2014

In: Köln, Today's Office
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Connectivity is not binary, the network is never neutral.

11 Sep 2014

In: Myitkyina, Today's Office
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It takes an hour to clear the Yangon traffic, and another two to reach Bogale, a small town at the edge of the Irrawaddy Delta. …
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Textures

10 Aug 2014

In: Myitkyina, Today's Office
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Delivery

10 Mar 2014

In: Kalaw, Today's Office
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Another week in Myanmar draws to a close. Today’s studio visitor summed up what we’ve achieved here: to create a space that is truly in …
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Morning Rituals

10 Mar 2014

In: Kalaw, Today's Office
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Morning rituals require the most attention – it’s the moment when the team are at their lowest ebb, when the reassurance of a familiar brew …
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Cartographers & Illustrators

10 Mar 2014

In: Kalaw, Today's Office
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When you need a map, hire a cartographer. Our local fixer did a good job of tracking down a cartographer-cum-illustrator in rural Myanmar to help …
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Muesli Against Culture Shock

10 Mar 2014

In: Today's Office
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A sustained healthy diet is difficult to keep to on the road, and rituals around good and drink are especially important to ground the team. …
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Notes, Frameworks and Conversations

10 Mar 2014

In: Today's Office
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A few thousand notes, 15 frameworks, and lots of conversations to turn observation into insight into opportunities and recommendations. After doing dozens of these at …
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Drop-Ins

10 Mar 2014

In: Today's Office
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A key consideration for any popup studio is how to accommodate drop-ins in a way that is meaningful to the project and everyone on the …
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Dawn Terrace

10 Mar 2014

In: Kalaw, Today's Office
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Dawn terrace, this morning’s office for writing up notes. Good coffee, brisk hill station air, chanting from the local monastery wafting over and an hour …
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