Month: April 2013

Big Data in Bygone Times

There are some telling lessons for today’s larger organisations by  looking into the history of the organisation.  Big data is not a new phenomenon – it is entirely relative and all too strikingly familiar. Over time individuals and organisations have been constantly challenged by what seemed to be mountains of data containing a prospective valuable nugget […]

Report on Prester John

by John Buchan We had a fruitful discussion despite the sparious few tonight, but built on the comments we had from the larger gang. As a means of reporting back I will pre-conclude;-) that the three of us were a little underwhelmed by the novel. I think there was an attempt to try to reconcile […]