Author Archives: Nora

Has The Digital Age Changed Our Relationship With Music?

Is our relationship with music changed because we no longer physically hold it? I look at how the lack of a physical product makes us value music differently, or worse, less. 

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Web Summit 2015: Music, Us, and the Future

Web Summit 2015 promises to have a lot of interesting discussion surrounding music and digital trends. Read on to find out where I’ll be and what I’m excited to hear about.

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Why Music Needs Another Revolution

There hasn’t been a game changing revolution for unsigned artists since the start of the recording industry. That has to change and here’s why.

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Join in VentureFest Scotland 2015

Unicorns – that rarest of creatures – have now made Scotland their home. With the recent birth of a second Scottish unicorn through FanDuel, the dream of a global tech hub in this beautiful land of the wee dram is … Continue reading

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6 Key Highlights from Mary Meeker’s Annual Internet Trends Report 2015

Mary Meeker’s annual 2015 Internet Trends report is a must read for anyone who wants to understand the impact of technology on the world.  The trends in business, education, government, healthcare, communication, consumer lifestyle and global impact are all mentioned … Continue reading

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Join me at London Tech Week 15 – 21 June

Following the innovative game changers and global digital revolution of the last 20 years, tech companies around the world have unprecedented opportunities to reach new markets. London has become one of the hotbeds of global tech innovation and the United … Continue reading

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Amazon, Google, Facebook and now the IRS

Big data.  The digital age.  Our digital footprints.  This post is an update to what I wrote last September about the IRS using data mining to find non compliant taxpayers, particularly those offshore.

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