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David Rowan’s digital favourites on Twitter

In Sunday’s Observer, the UK’s top Tweeters reveal their favourite accounts to follow. David Rowan, the editor of Wired UK, has a good mix of the innovative and the interesting in his selection of those that define digital. His list includes social entrepreneur Indy Johar and Nick Bilton of the New York Times. is the guest speaker at the Royal College of Art’s Innovation Night

At last year’s event, Burberry’s Christopher Bailey became the first fashion designer to give the Annual Innovation Lecture. When asked who he would recommend as the guest speaker for 2012, he surprised everyone by putting forward, frontman for the Black Eyed Peas and currently on the BBC’s the Voice saying, “He’s a remarkable guy.

Parmy Olson drops by

Great to have Parmy Olson, Forbes London Bureau Chief, drop by the office this morning. Her book, ‘We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency’ (Little, Brown and Company, 2012), comes out later in the year. She was fascinating on the personalities behind innovation, and how they are able to unleash

Scruton on Being Green

Fascinating lecture by well-known conservative philosopher Roger Scruton at Policy Exchange yesterday lunchtime. His new book, “Green Philosophy”, argues that for too long the cause of environmentalism has been hijacked by the leftist, “top-down planning” agenda. For him there is no necessary link between environmentalism and left-wing thinking. Indeed, he argued that top-down planning has

Statistically speaking

In 1851 half of the population of England and Wales died by 45. In 2001 half of the population of England and Wales died by 85. In the UK there are currently just over 10,000 centenarians. In 2050 there will be 500,000. Half of the UK’s young women who were born towards the end of

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