Monthly Archives: October 2013

Workaround Innovation

I just realised (again) that one of the most important pieces of thinking is the workaround. Useful in design, business processes, personal issues and behavioural problems, for as soon as you come up with a workaround the pressure is eased, … Continue reading

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Equality is an Action not just a Word.

I was at my local club tonight and like a lot of men, now days, I kept my cards close to my chest. So a couple of, lets say, mature women rolled up and got me to take a photo … Continue reading

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Conscious About Our Consciousness

Can you answer the following questions? 1. How conscious are you about your consciousness? A: some 2. For example when is the last time you asked yourself this question? A: Today. 3. For example out of 100, how conscious do … Continue reading

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The Singularity of Consciousness

What is consciousness? The question of all ages, it seems and not likely to get a satisfactory answer on¬†Wikipedia, but worth a try. It seems consciousness is a degree of awareness of it i.e. an awareness or lack of awareness … Continue reading

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What is Balance?

Here is a thought, What is balance? If you tossed a coin you would expect to get a balance between Heads H and Tails T. Here is one I prepared earlier. The H moves the line to the left once … Continue reading

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