Author: Dug Campbell

Deep Work Giving Advice Is Easier Than Following It Be More Hume Chinese Click Farms When Your Lunch Also Commutes Pink Flamingos and the American Dream Blockchains And Spreadsheets Friday Quotes Hiring Giants Silicon Valley Whistleblowers Why Philosophy? Hard Work Means Different Things World Book Day 2019 Optimism and The Base Rate Fallacy Excuses Different Crypto Camps Sunday Eyeball Rinser Saturday Snippet The Power of Unlearning & Confirmation Bias The Underground (Map) Is Not The Territory The Library of Mistakes Advice For Students Sybil The Fake Perfectionism War Talk Self-lacing Trainers (Bluetooth Dependent…) The Current State of Podcasts Nineteenth Century Technology The Universe (And 9,000 Glaswegians) Simple and (Less In)secure Women In Coding The Mystery of Cicada 3301 A Lost Opportunity The Romance of Valentine’s Day Bitcoin Sent Across Borders Using Radio Technology, Behaviour Control & The Removal of Freedom David Deutsch and Knowledge Lucky Entrepreneurs Seven Human Traits In Successful Society 100 Days In A Row Freedom: An Alarming Perspective Malcious DNA Hacking The Quadriga Stramash Facebook Hits 15 Why Writing Matters Learning A Different Language Tweet of the Day: Phonecalls The Willingness To Be Wrong Are There More Brainy People All Of A Sudden? Phantom Buttons Tweets of the Day (LinkedIn & Synaesthesia Edition) Five Big Questions Venezuela and Bitcoin Foundations For A Great Career New Frontiers Ten Years on Twitter Google Breaches GDPR (Shock, Horror) Fighting The Inevitable: Surveillance Capitalism & The Decline of Civilisation The Power of Myth Bad Infographics The (Many) Senses Linux and the Open Source Software Movement Leadership Tips Why You Should Delete Your Social Accounts Privacy and Emails The Challenges of Decentralisation Protecting Your Digital Door The Importance of Thinking Time The Madness of Rice (Revisited) Fake Faces The Bitcoin Standard A Beginner’s Mind Beats The Expert Oumuamua and the Paradigm Shifts Employee Fitness & Surveillance If You’re Reading This, You’re WEIRD… Happy Tenth Birthday Bitcoin Using Fiction to Simulate Decision-Making Patreon Censorship: The Story Continues 2018 Wrap-Up Moore’s Law Is Just A Collective Goal Good Ideas in 2019 Bitcoin in Venezuela Sandbox In Your Brain Become A More Effective Doctor Should You Go To More Parties? Lords of our Tiny Skull-Sized Kingdoms Earthrise, The Most Exciting Christmas Eve In History Digital Patronage Dyson Sphere and Kurzgesagt Drones Close Gatwick Kahneman And Happiness 10x Focus Tim May, Cypherpunk & Visionary Huxley and Orwell And The DNA Lottery Winner Is… The Improved Life of Curious Cats Podcast Interviews Confidence The Lost Power of Compound Time The Madness of Rice Productivity and Deliverables How to Define Decentralisation Friday Quote of The Day Consumer DNA Testing: Why? The Pinnacle of Civilisation Historians Versus Economists The Value of Podcasts Darwin Sacked Via Twitter You Are Your Own Employer Two Thoughts on Hiring The History of the Internet Spaced Repetition The Inevitable Craziness of Surveillance, AI and Social Credit The Personal Runway Metric SAFE Network Hits the Mainstream Different Twitter Uses More Opinions, Fewer Facts Pivot or Head Shot? Bitcoin Black Friday – But Does It Matter? Taleb & Naval Drinking from the Firehose Surveillance Car Capitalism Fast Bach Is Science Getting Harder? Priorities versus Incentives Criticism and Progress Sugar and the Mythical Hyper Kids Story Telling and Conspiracy Theories First Man Why The Internet Needs to Evolve (Again) I Want To Scan Your Brain ScotChain 2018 The Southpaw Advantage? Post-Truth Politics and Parenting Bitcoin and the Lindy Effect Running and Listening (Or Thinking?) Swearing and the Inevitable Decay of Society (Or Not) Life Is Short (But Let’s Ignore It) The Tasks & Tools of Procastination A Few Thoughts from Web3 Summit 2018 When Safety Sucks The SAFE Network in The Guardian 2017 in Books (Non-Fiction Edition)  Joining The Team At MaidSafe Tweetstorms A Trumpless Twitter (and a Twitterless Trump) The Naivety of Expertise Picking On Small Birds Look No Hands!  The Death of Celebrity Where Do We Go From Here? Opening Up The Banks Time flies… London Blockchain Conference 2015 Reflections on MoneyConf 2015 Bitcoin v The Blockchain? NASDAQ Meets The Blockchain This Is A Call Bitcoin and Transparency in Politics The Cyber Academy Launches In Edinburgh Bitcoin: Bigger Than Google? Sometimes Progress Needs A Little Shove Dot Everyone and Digital Inclusion Bitcoin continues to rise in the UK Whose Security Is Best? The Encryption Battle Heats Up The Listening Television Skyscanner Becomes A $1 Billion Business Medical Apps and Regulatory Challenges A Decade Of Blogging The VC Blogging Elite Morgan Spurlock and Bitcoin The Evolution of Spending in the Sharing Economy Hacking The Car Wash Sell Your Vision Creative Currencies Chiasma: An Unmitigated Success! Respond to the Scottish Identity Database Consultation Today How The Blockchain Removes Excuses Spurious Correlations Fiat Currency Stash Hacked (Again) Emojis Matter The Problems of Long-Term Digital Archiving How Facebook Means The Internet For More People Open Source Tractors The Falling Price of Technology The Cake Is A Lie Cyberwhatnow? The Byzantine Generals’ Problem Why Banks Can’t Innovate The fight for net neutrality rumbles on The Increasing Entanglement of Modern Knowledge Tasks: Do More. Faster. Easier Rely on things that won’t change in the future Bitcoin, Accounting and the Blockchain Coffee and Bitcoin: The Last Few Months The Evolution of 3D Printing It’s in the post. Honest. The Social Challenges of Peer-To-Peer Markets Replicate (And Destroy Me) Scotty Bitcoin & Anonymity Andreas Schools The Canadian Senate Words From Data Are You Ready To Be Auto-Corrected? The Stark Reality: Surveillance or Security Looking Far Off Into A Sci-Fi Future Coinbase Races Past Bitcoin Industry Milestone Bitcoin and the Trust Web Bitcoin and Charities Cameron’s Crypto Folly Cyberwarfare Reporting Liquifying the Physical World with the Internet of Things Why The Internet of Things Needs The Blockchain Engagement v Numbers A.I. and Summoning The Demon Drones and Regulation Jibo And The Social Robotics Revolution Steel Mill Hacked And Damaged Why Art Is Just As Important As Science Postmodern Computing and the Blockchain Bitcoin: Women Wanted The Power of Distraction Fred Wilson On 2014’s Key Themes Bitcoin: Six Years Old Today Blipfoto Partners With Polaroid The Year Ahead The 2014 End Of Year Soundtrack The Interview and Film Distribution Models Passive Consumption Design Something They Didn’t Know They Needed Are You Advising Or Simply Restating Facts? Festive Drones Take Off (When Will Santa Upgrade?) Isaac Asimov: How Do People Get New Ideas? Glenn Greenwald: Why Privacy Matters Aaron Swartz: The Internet’s Own Boy Reddit Notes & Rewarding Your Users The Role Of Experts In Modern Society The Evolution of MOOC’s The Dangers Of Public Wifi The Future Of Bitcoin on CNN Price Is Not The Key Metric Satoshi’s Songs: Can Bitcoin Save The Music Industry? Money Comparison: Gold v Fiat v Bitcoin Digital Ethics in a Connected World How Much Does Your Car Know About You? Trust Me, I’m A (Block Chain) Computer Size Does Matter: Microsoft Gets Some Coins AI and The Legal Profession Easy Access: Mail Order Keys Create For The Fans, Not For The Mainstream Bitcoin Recap: Five On A Sunday The Future Of Digital 2014 Out of Context in Evernote Never Out Of Signal: The Rise Of Mesh Networks Global Trends in 2015 Collaborative Consumption The Creative Currencies Chiasma 2015 We’ve always done it this way The Genius ISM’s Factom and Preventing Forgeries in Databases FoldingCoin And Magic Healing Tokens The Drones Are Coming Counterparty and Medici Success and The PayPal Mafia To Comment Or Not, That Is The Question PIN Numbers and Passwords Farm2050 Collective & The Coming Global Food Shortage Why We Should Be Supporting Let’s Encrypt Bitcoin Chat on Sand Hill Road Wearable Data in Court The Six Walls of Surveillance Why Science Fiction Shapes The Future Net Neutrality and the Battle Ahead Dunbar’s Magic Number 150 LinkedIn “Not Good For Bad Employees” Shocker The Forex Rigging Scandal Tipping Tuesday UK Call for Information on Digital Currencies A Fear of Identity Theft The Future of Work The Streaming Music Dilemma Startups, Maslow, Happiness, Unemployment Billion Dollar Unicorns Outside the Valley When more money is a bad thing The Rising Tide of Data Breaches Medical research and the block chain Thoughts on Inside Bitcoins London The First Scottish Bitcoin Conference 2014 Bitcoin Radio/Press Stuff Thoughts on the Bitcoin 2014 Conference My TEDx Talk: “Bitcoin: More Than Just Money” The Mobile Web: Are We Shutting Ourselves In? Unleashing the Potential of Information Security, Identity And The Relentless Pursuit Of Data Edinburgh’s First Bitcoin Meetup Thoughts on the Regulation of Bitcoin Three Key Megatrends In Technology (And Society) Discussing Bitcoin On TV A Deluge of Opinions On Uber’s Surge Pricing The Unstoppable Rise Of Bitcoin? Is Technology Really Destroying Jobs? Digital Skills That Pay The Bills Ten Reasons To Startup In Scotland Robots: Seeking Jobs Or World Domination? Bitcoin: Is It The Future Of Money? 10 Trends Driving The Future Of Book Publishing The Profound Shift In Scholarly Publishing and How The Future Looks Social Media & The Law: Talk at #SMEdin Zach Braff’s Unjustified Beating On Kickstarter EIE’13: Sherry Coutu CBE Keynote EIE’13: Sir Tom Hunter Keynote How Adaptive Learning Could Change Education Forever Creativity And The Growth Of The Remix Culture Why Google Glass Is Only The First Step Filling In The Gaps With Tim O’Reilly Welcome To The Internet of Everything And The Final Scores Are… The Making And Breaking Of The Creative Industries How Influential Are You Going To Be? Global Ambition: 10 Lessons For Entrepreneurs Scottish Startups: A Great 2012 – But A Better 2013? Startups Central: TechCube Edinburgh Opens Its Doors Access to Social Media at Work: Who’s Leading? How Can Hotels Justify Charging For WiFi? The Network Effect: Why Contacts Matter in Business and Life The Six Keys to Social Media Success for Law Firms Why Senior Lawyers Should Be Learning From Their Trainees When Networking Events Can Be Bad For Business Is Social Media Relevant for Lawyers and Accountants?