They can’t post rationalise the irrational. They can’t identify the unidentifiable. They can’t know the subconscious.
In this edition of The100: your technological past, how zero is the best number, and Extreme Thomasing
If we aren’t bricking it, we aren’t trying hard enough.
In this issue of The100: how businesses need to look harder for longer at “continuation probabilities”, the 8 ways to spread insight, and how embarrassment has its benefits…
In this issue of The100: a margarine anecdote, defying your company’s Brand Police, and avoiding yourself on your last day on Earth… which will probably be during your meeting with the Brand Police…
In this issue of The100: different shades, shapes and forms of research; how fake news is a devil of our own creation, and mountain shepherds. Why not.
“We watch homemade tapes…. Wait, no, not those kind! Hey, come baccckkkk.”
In this issue of The 100: the 12 ways to tell a story, powering up your office and “…the greatest trick marketers can ever pull is convincing the world that choice doesn’t exist.”
We’re looking for more who are willing for us to visit them for an hour or so. We want to see where you work, hear what you do and understand your average day. What do you enjoy? What are your goals? Where can we help?
Above: The turtleneck twins on the most recent Watch Me Think school trip
New edition of The100 is out. In amongst this outpouring: An embittered pretentious creative, The Country that Doesn’t Exist, and the Fantasy Dinner Party Invite List grows…