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Matthew Stibbe
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Nice article by my friend Ann.
Becoming a better writer means becoming a better thinker. Use these ten tips to create a culture of writing in your company and your own life.
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In an age in which uninterrupted access to the sum total of human knowledge now seems a given, we're in paradoxical danger of losing a lot of recent history, writes Drew Turney.
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Our definitive guide to content marketing - now live on the Articulate website - articles, videos and ebooks to help you attract, convert, close and delight your customers.
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Get tickets to free Articulate events in Chiswick, Clerkenwell and London Bridge for our presentation: An introduction to content marketing
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Nice piece from my colleague Toby about the difference between writing and thinking about writing.
Writing is not magic. Think writer's block exists? Think again. Although it's long been surrounded by myths, writing professionally is a job like any other.
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That's a very good point. I totally agree. Sleep hygiene is critical - ideally going to sleep the same time every night, not drink coffee too late in the date, having some little routines and rituals. I find an uninterrupted eight hours sleep is an increasingly important blessing as I get older! Especially, as you say, if you're flying the next day.
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A little experiment I ran recently - could I do useful work on the London Underground? 
Is it possible to do real writing work on the London Underground? Matthew Stibbe ran a four-week experiment to find out. Read the article for more.
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To continue the research in other modes of transport, let's get you on a private jet:

FBOs- most will have wifi and quiet working areas. But it is unlikely you will spend any time in the lounge; your aircraft and crew will be ready to depart as soon as you arrive.

Aircraft - interestingly USA private jet customers request wifi much more the Europeans.  Anyway you will be able to plug in and work in a private environment. 
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CEO at Articulate Marketing, Founder of Turbine, the easy way to manage office admin tasks online
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Entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing, project management, innovation
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  • Turbine
    CEO, 2010 - present
    Turbine is an online app that simplifies expenses claims, purchasing, time off request and HR record-keeping for small and medium-sized businesses.
  • Articulate Marketing
    CEO, 2001 - present
    Articulate is a specialist content marketing agency working in the high-tech business-to-business sector. Our clients include Microsoft, Symantec, LinkedIn and HP.
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Writer, Pilot, CEO
Introduction
I am CEO at Articulate Marketing. Articulate Training and Turbine, the easy way to manage business admin chores online. For fun, I write the Bad Language blog about writing, business and technology. In my spare time, I fly, go to the theatre and study Dutch. My flying blog is Golf Hotel Whiskey and I write the Aviator column for Forbes.
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Three random facts about me: I used to design computer games for LEGO, I speak Dutch (badly) and I have a commercial pilot's licence.
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  • University of Oxford
    Modern History, 1988 - 1991
  • Exeter School
    1982 - 1988
  • Central Saint Martins
    Information Design and Typography, 2013 - 2013
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10 Jaw-Dropping Times When Flight Attendants Went Beyond The Call of Duty
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Flight attendants do more than pour your drinks and point out the emergency exits. Here are ten examples of cabin crew going well beyond the

How to Build a Blogging Content Studio
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Content - We've constructed an efficient and repeatable process for producing and promoting remarkable blog content. These hard-won tips are

Turbine - Review, Pricing, Features, Comparison, Demo & Trial | GetApp
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Manage all your purchasing, expenses, staff holidays, sick days, employee appraisals and HR records online with Turbine. Need an easier way

Lie Back And Think Of England: To Austin On BA's New 787 Dreamliner
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Boeing says their new 787 Dreamliner is quieter and more relaxing for passengers. Matthew Stibbe tests it first hand on a British Airways fl

Presentation Zen: Richard Feynman on the Scientific Method (in 1 minute)
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There is not a device invented that can measure the joy I have in watching a Richard Feynman lecture. The man was not only a brilliant, Nobe

Eight Secrets of Agile Marketing
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General Management - What on Earth can marketers learn from programmers? At first glance, the answer might seem to be nothing, but my experi

SkyDemon
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SkyDemon is one of Europe's most popular solutions for VFR flight planning and in-flight navigation.Use this app to access your SkyDemon sub

The $1.5m Private Jet World Tour
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If you can afford the $1.5m price tag, this could be the holiday of a lifetime: around the world by private jet.

We're all going to Mars on really fast VASIMR rockets
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It’s just not that easy for humans to get to Mars - it's a long, long way away. But astronaut and rocket scientist Franklin Chang Díaz recko

How to prevent a 'Gravity'-like space disaster
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Space debris could block access to earth orbit and stop our spy, weather, navigation and communication satellites from working. What we need

Practical Jetpacks (Finally) Take Off
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Jetpacks have been a staple of science fiction and movies for decades. Now a thirteen-person startup in New Zealand is flight testing a real

5 lessons I've learnt from writing professionally
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Writing is not magic. Think writer's block exists? Think again. Although it's long been surrounded by myths, writing professionally is a job

The World's 7 Best First Class Airline Amenity Kits
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Whether your a hoarder, a debonair traveller or just trying to make long-haul travel bearable, deluxe airline amenity kits are an essential

OMG That's Scary: Night And Day Carrier Landings. And Now Drones Can Do It.
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Cockpit video of day and night carrier landings show how extraordinarily difficult it can be. And now the Northrop Grumman X-47B drone can d

Cirrus's $1.96m SF50 Personal Jet Accelerates Towards Take-Off
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Cirrus, the Duluth-based plane maker, has taken a significant step towards putting its $1.96m Vision SF50 jet into production.

Shakespeare With Your Sarnies At The St James Theatre
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Catch a quick Midsummer Night's Dream in your lunchbreak.

British Airways In Long-haul Love Triangle With Boeing And Airbus
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British Airways just took delivery of new longhaul aircraft from Boeing and Airbus. Matthew Stibbe goes on board both (and behind the scenes

Don't Let The San Francisco Crash Put You Off Flying. Just Don't Drive T...
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It's too early to say anything for certain about the Asian 214 crash at San Francisco except that flying is still incredibly safe.

British Airways To Let Travellers Switch Phones On After Landing
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British Airways is about to let you use your phone, Kindle and iPad on the taxi from the runway to the gate.

Can Edward Snowden Flee From Moscow To Ecuador By Private Jet?
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“They seek him, they seek him there,” but whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s whereabouts are still unknown. Could he have flown from Moscow to

Nice people and a good efficient hair cut.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Very good tapas menu and a nice beer garden. A more recent visit was more of a disappointment. Utterly shambolic, slow service with everything having to be ordered twice, chased and the bill taking forever to arrive.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pricey but delicious coffee, cakes and bread.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Nice garden. Quaint friendly interior. Good beer and tasty gastro food.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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A little bit of wilderness in the heart of the city.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Beautiful tasty fresh pizzas
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Enjoyed our meal there very much - friendly staff and a lovely location on the corner of two canals.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago