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Paul Simbeck-Hampson
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Entrepreneur | Innovator | Content Analyst | Storyteller | Brand Architect | Human-Machine Learning advocate
Entrepreneur | Innovator | Content Analyst | Storyteller | Brand Architect | Human-Machine Learning advocate

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What an amazing #WorldCup Congrats to #France for the win yesterday, and well tried #Croatia. Throughout the event I was impressed with the predictive analysis & visualisations by +FiveThirtyEight, and being a big fan of
GapingVoid I got inspired to create this for the office ๐Ÿค“
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Paul Simbeck-Hampson commented on a post on Blogger.
Well worth a read/watch if the present/future of #humanity and #machine is even the slightest bit of interest.
Thanks for gathering this post together +Rotana Ty, it's a really an important one! ย 
On Earth, Connectedness & Bridges
On Earth, Connectedness & Bridges
synchrodipity.blogspot.com
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When one can still decide, all is OK, but... ;-)

"One can still decide what to notice or not, when to engage or not while using the smartphone, any devices and apps, right? Deactivating the notifications of each app is doable so that one can decide when to check out an inbox, a social network or even digital contents. Still it is about habits building and iterating. This is not easy to do when some habits become almost natural over time, and can become even unhealthy."

Thank you +Rotana Ty and +Walter Lim for inspiring further and deeper thought on this important topic - look forward to further explorations with you both. Have a great weekend both - Cheers!

https://synchrodipity.blogspot.com/2018/06/on-embracing-life-without-screens.html

#smartphones #appdesign #addiction #technology
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New: Purpose of Childhood

This is an important blog post.

"We see it everyday, a child with a phone in their face: on the bus, in the street, at a cafe. It's become so normal, such a daily occurrence, that I'd suggest perhaps we don't really see it any more. To me it's totally conceivable that we miss the signs completely as we too have our faces in our phones: it's now the norm, not the exception." >> Read on...

https://simbeck-hampson.blogspot.com/2018/06/purpose-of-childhood.html

+David Pidsley +David Amerland +Gideon Rosenblatt +Monika Schmidt +Jon Husband +Phil Warner +Denis Labelle +Charles Jennings +Janet Laane Effron +martin shervington +Amy Grieves +Liz Hampson +sh_ lilly +Mike Elgan +Markus Gallenberger +John Hampson +Mahei Foliaki +David Turner +Sahana Chattopadhyay +Elle D'Coda +Mark Traphagen +Jan Wyllie +John Kellden +Dallas McMillan +Anne McCrossan +Daniel Durrant +Luis Suarez +Joachim Stroh +Gregory Esau +Lee Picton +Lee Smallwood +Inma VP +Julian Stodd +Harold Jarche +Rotana Ty to name but only a few of those I respect and admire.
Featured Post - Purpose of Childhood
Featured Post - Purpose of Childhood
simbeck-hampson.blogspot.com
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Creating Atomic Content

"The inspiring vision of the future is where everyone customer experiences the version of your brand thatโ€™s right for them.โ€

"...your brand has to be infinitely adaptable"

"The biggest problem most brands face today is not having data in the shape they can take advantage of, Kihn said."

"You cannot create all the assets from scratch,..."

AI and Machine Learning coupled with intelligent data collection, analysis and retrieval is poised to impact brand, design and communication in an 'atomic' way!

https://www.cmo.com.au/article/642568/why-gartner-thinks-brands-too-uptight-about-strategy/
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Good morning #googleverse! #TGIM ๐ŸŽ‰

Spotted this genial advertising some days ago and it reminded me of the importance of adding fun to promotional campaigns.

Have a 'sauber' start to the week ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Education would be transformed if learning how-to-learn was considered as important as what was to be learnt. To master the skills needed in the future, hand out fishing rods, not fish.
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Connecting #millennium dots.

In this interview Simon Sinek pieces together what's wrong, how it got like like that, and what has to be done, by whom to make it better. This is not a new video, but its message is incredibly #important. Please share.

https://youtu.be/3ev7GXzFTPg
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