Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sitting at the tollhouse in the waterfall


As part of her outreach education service, Gert directs you to this recent article on business guff in The Irish Times, by Lucy Kellaway. You’ll surely be ecstatic about the level of ideation that comes from this interface – that is, if you’re a knowlivator, innovateer, performibutor, proactiloper, prioricator or winnomat. Are you looking for better ways to effort or to language? Are you cognisant of the optics of your personal brand? Have you set milestones in your swim lanes?

Lucy Kellaway sets out 8 simple rules to drive your personal planet a little closer to the future:


Yunupingu dies at only 46

Today we have the sad news of the premature death of this wonderful singer, once described by Rolling Stone as Australian’s most important voice. Yunupingu was blind; he was also a left-hander who taught himself to play the guitar by turning a right-handed guitar upside down. This Youtube video tells you a bit about his life as well as giving you a taste of his music. A great loss to world music.