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Eoghan O'Neill
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A new chapter
It's time for a big change. Last year, while working on social media research for Ipsos MORI, my department came under some financial pressure and I found myself let go. My colleagues said some very nice things to me, but despite going straight back there t...

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A new chapter
It's time for a big change. Last year, while working on social media research for Ipsos MORI, my department came under some financial pressure and I found myself cast adrift. My colleagues said some very nice things to me, but despite going straight back th...

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Fisherfield weekend
My mate Adam and I had an epic weekend in Wester Ross the other day. The weather forecast from the MWIS was not promising: Widespread gales on the mountains, the wind often storm force...difficult walking where exposed even at fairly low levels; any mobilit...

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Policy Exchange on innovation in policing
Policy Exchange, the think tank, published an interesting paper about innovation in policing last year. I like its tone: the suggestions are pragmatic (scandals are a good source of subsequent innovation) and forward-thinking (Tardis boxes equipped with tec...

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How a stag do demonstrated a unique psychological experiment
Academic psychologists must have great fun designing experiments, particularly ones involving alcohol. There must be occasions, though, when practical and ethical considerations make experiments impossible. I wonder if this anecdote could have been conducte...

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A few questions for the Barbican surrounding Hamlet ticketing policy
The much-hyped production of Hamlet  directed by Lyndsey Turner and featuring Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role went on general sale this morning. Sadly the process appears to be mismanaged at best, with hints of a cartel at worst. That there are many ...

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Waltz for Debby
This vocal version tops even the original. Listen to the Mark Murphy version...wonderful In her own sweet world Populated by dolls, and clowns, and a prince, and a big purple bear Lives my favourite girl... Unaware of the worried frowns that we weary grown-...
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