Posts Tagged ‘maps’

In Plain Sight

22Jul18

“The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.” – William Gibson This post is about a set of powerful management techniques that have each been around for over a decade, but that still haven’t yet diffused into everyday use, and that hence still appear novel to the uninitiated. Wardley Maps Simon […]


I was a GPS refusenik for quite a while. The problem as I perceived it was rarely knowing where you are, I can get a decent road atlas for a few quid, and years on the bridge of Her Majesty’s ships has instilled strong navigation fu that doesn’t wear off. I finally caved and bought […]