books #

Notes on 'Eghbal: Working in Public'

Nadia Eghbal's revoew of how open source really works in 2020

Adventures in music

An engaging documentary, but you need to dig deeper

Cultural Dementia - notes and highlights

My Kindle highlights

Cultural Dementia

I have just finished reading Cultural Dementia by Prof. David Andress. The book both places current populism (in the UK, USA and France) in an historical context, and highlights the distorted and partial view of national history peddled by such as the Trumpists, the Front National, and the Brexit Party and their allies.. In Andress’s own words: “The demands of contemporary ‘populist’ movements make manifest a vision of the past that is the opposite of a coherent history.

Library Addition – Benefits Realisation Management

I’ve just got my hands on Benefit Realisation Management: A Practical Guide to Achieving Benefits Through Change by Gerald Bradley.