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Solomon Lecture 2014

Almost immediately upon my return to Australia I travelled to Brisbane to record and deliver the 2014 Solomon Lecture, “Government in the Age of the ‘Social Machine’”. Being asked to deliver the Solomon Lecture is a huge compliment, and I … Continue reading

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Meaning and money (or is that money and meaning?) at SOCAP14

I have just returned to Australia from my international wanderings, and, in particular, hot on the heels of having attended SOCAP14. SOCAP14 is the 11th conference hosted by SOCAP which aims to “accelerate the new global market at the intersection … Continue reading

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Forgetting and remembering in the digital age

In the past month I have participated in a number of events which have highlighted the juxtaposition between “remembering” and “forgetting”. And 2014 is a rather important year on both fronts. Firstly, 2014 is the tercentenary of the Longitude Act … Continue reading

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