I always enjoy hearing about what books others have read and recommend. So, although 2018 is already two months old, I thought I would share some of the books I read in 2017.
GDPR. Does it make your pulse race with excitement? Or does General Data Protection Regulation up the heart rate more successfully? Believe it or not, it may be something really exciting for all of us.
Chuffed by achieving my goal of running a half-marathon in under two hours, I draw some lessons which may have relevance to our life journeys.
Last week I was lucky enough to spend three days in London with Indian peacemaker Rajmohan Gandhi. Among the key themes he addressed in a series of public and private events was the power of hatred in the modern world, and the threat to stability in India.
The Swedish film Sameblod ('Sami Blood') is one of those films which both pierces you with its pain and takes away your breath with its beauty.
Last week I celebrated my first year at my new employer, Kodamera in Gothenburg. I love the way the team complements one another, each bringing special skills and competencies, appreciating one another, and working together to produce high quality web solutions.
I'm a great believer in keeping careful accounts of ones income and expenditure. Among the advantages is the ability it gives you to analyse precisely where your money is coming from and going to.
“The things that upset us,” Bono once said, “too often distract us from the things that should upset us.” I recognize the truth of this in my own life all too painfully often.
An American friend wrote to me recently: "this US political situation takes some digesting... or at least learning how to handle the indigestion." Well put! Whether or not it is digestible remains to be seen, but living with indigestion cannot be avoided.
Democracy today seems to be moving in the direction of dictatorship through the alienation of large swathes of voters who feel disengaged from the activities of a political elite.