The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … More 2015 in review
The UK Government has drafted a new Surveillance Bill that has raised concerns for IT companies. Here is one account of Apple’s concerns: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-35153264 Clearly there is a confrontation here. The article cited mentions three issues: encryption, ‘self-hacking’ and compliance. These could each be treated in some detail as three related foci for analysis. Instead to kick … More Surveillance
Mike Young tells me that he ran a very successful Confrontation Analysis workshop at Dstl on Tuesday. He used the Dilemma Explorer program which worked extremely well. I’m hoping that he’ll add as a comment to this post a short report. Watch this space….!
It’s very easy for a newcomer to drama theory to think that once an options board has been constructed and dilemmas identified that’s the end of the analysis. However in my view there is much more to be done provided that the options board is seen as just one element in a more extensive process … More More than just the Options Board
#Venezuela faces an uncertain future following the #VenezuelaElections and the new challenge to incumbent president @NicolasMaduro. After years in opposition to the policies pursued first by Chavez and more recently by his successor Maduro, it would be tempting for members of the incoming Assembly to seek an immediate reversal of the route that the government … More Venezuela Election: aftermath
Now that the results of the election are emerging it appears that the Opposition has won at least 99 seats in the Assembly. The outcome of 22 seats is yet to be declared and these will determine whether the Opposition achieves the so-called ‘super-majority’ it seeks to effect significant constitutional and legislative change. To an … More Venezuela: The Election Outcome
The Terrorist’s Dilemma