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The show was green-lit and I was like ‘fuck, what do we do now?’ We really hadn’t thought it through. That is Ben Bocquelet, Creator of The Amazing World Of Gumball, talking about the moment when the show was commissioned by Cartoon Network. One assumes that Cartoon Network don’t make that kind of decision without […]

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Process increasingly gets in the way of problem solving. Thus spake John Willshire, Chief Innovation Officer at PHD, at last night’s excellent Firestarters event. The event was generously hosted by Google and masterfully curated by Neil Perkin. John will no doubt post his slides in due course, and I’ll link to them from here when […]

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Most Americans can’t get their heads around cricket. In return, like many British people, I’ve never managed to get my head around American football (NFL). However, I do like one aspect of that otherwise arcane game. I like the bit where one side is attacking (offence) and the defending side does everything it can to […]

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Professional golfers are more likely to hit a hole-in-one than mere mortals. But it’s still a relatively rare occurrence. Because there are so many things that can prevent a hole-in-one from happening. It requires skill and luck. In fact a hole-in-one is a minor golfing miracle. Great creative work that sees the light of day […]

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