This week I have learned:
- That I really can’t remember quiet enough about the American constitution and electoral system, but it is 32 years since I studied it at A Level.
- Thirty two years.
- This lockdown isn’t going to have any of the novelty factor.
- We need to think less about technology as housebuilding and more about technology as gardening.
- And actually, as ever, THE TECHNOLOGY ISN’T THE IMPORTANT BIT.
- After decades of trying to achieve the paperless office, it turns out what we needed to do was get rid of the office, not the paper. I’m wondering where else that sort of switch might work.
- The machine to power my next experiment has arrived.
Next week: the first gathering of ETH.
The week in photos: