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Building the smart city: Moving beyond the critiques (Part 2)

Federico Caprotti
King’s College London, UK

The smart city: looking for potential?

Notwithstanding the critiques in first part of this entry, it is plain to see that the smart city is developing and emerging with breakneck speed. 1,392 more words


Post Equinox

Did the mania leader, Biotech, peak out on the Equinox, 20 March?

 Source: Stockcharts

Too early to determine, but the relevance of the Equinox is here: 246 more words


Car Demonstrations

Lady M started her new job about 12 weeks ago, and they are all very happy with her. She’s passed her probation early, and is busy reorganising the business around her in line with industry best practice and lashings of plain-speaking common sense. 358 more words

Idle Musings

To indicate or not to indicate, that is the question?

Time for a good old fashioned rant. As those who know me will attest I’m not the most tolerant towards my fellow earthlings. In particular, I cannot stand anyone who can’t drive properly. 259 more words


What your church measures matters

What does your church measure?  What are the metrics?  Attendance?  Giving?  What?

There are lots of things that a church can measure to know if it is on track. 496 more words


190 Weeks without a Correction

It seems like pullbacks have been really small lately, so I whipped up a new indicator called Percent off Peak, and took a look at the history of corrections. 362 more words


A Blinding Blizzard

Blinded by the data blizzard?

In 2014, this volume of data was produced, each minute:

  • 204 million email messages were sent
  • Google received more than 4 million search queries…
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