This week I have learned:
- whilst there is obviously no causal relationship between me buying a device to open up the skylight in my office, and it raining consistently ever since, it does feel like there is.
- Teddington Lock last Friday night was like Sodom and Gomorrah. Goodness only knows what the pubs reopening is going to be like.
- I am still so over football.
- Email and contact centres are a mysterious combination.
- Wardley Mapping is really helping to state a case for change. But just because something is logically right doesn’t make it emotionally so.
- Maybe sometimes the call for data-driven needs to be story-based, rather than just numbers. Stories are data too.
- As is knowledge.
- It’s sometimes like people know that they don’t know what they want, but they still want it anyway, even if there’s not idea what “it” is.
- meet people one-to-one.
- I’m getting back into Electronic Wind Instruments.
- Google Photos now allows you to search through a map. I find this strangely exciting.
Next week: Back to school for the eldest
The Week In Photos: