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Online identity

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Monday, 25 June 2018 10:00

My name is Paul Thomas and I can prove it. I can show you a passport with my name and photograph. Additionally, I can provide you with a driver’s licence with my name and picture. Also, I can flash any number of plastic cards with my name. Plus, I have a raft of commercial documents which bear my moniker and residential address.


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Vertical integration

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Monday, 18 June 2018 10:00

Imagine going to a doctor who is employed by a single pharmaceutical company. The doctor is financially incentivised to promote the company’s drugs and compensated on the number of scripts she writes. This distribution arrangement creates a conflict of interest and leads to the over-prescription of medications that are not the most appropriate for you and other patients.


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Climate change

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Tuesday, 12 June 2018 10:00

Yes, it’s counter-intuitive and yes it provides ammunition to global warming sceptics. But as difficult as it is for some people to believe, colder weather is compatible with a warmer climate as they are not the same thing. Weather is what we experience day-to-day whereas climate represents the long-term averages of daily weather.


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Book launch

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Monday, 04 June 2018 10:00

Regular readers of this blog know that I like writing and have a thirst for knowledge. I enjoy sharing with others what I have learned which is why I am today releasing the final volume in a trilogy of books with the generic title, Bite Size Advice. Like volumes 1 and 2, Bite Size Advice 3 traverses familiar territory.


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Designer goods

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Monday, 28 May 2018 10:00

It may seem indulgent, but lots of people do it. And given the opportunity, lots more would do it. Despite the glum worldwide economy, buying luxury goods is on the rise. From Rolex watches to Ferrari cars and Armani suits to Cartier bracelets, it seems we can’t get enough of the good life.


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