Last month I bought from eBay a strange little electronic gadget called a Chumby, an item not yet on sale outside the United States.
One of the most interesting books from the last year has been Revisiting Keynes: Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren (MIT Press, £20) — a reprint of a 1931 essay by J.M.
Rory Sutherland's fortnighly column on technology and the web
The need for standards
Inspired by the new American hit TV show, Rory Sutherland — The Spectator’s own ‘Wiki Man’ — says that the capture of the Brown government and almost everything else by advertisers and marketers could be a great leap forward. Persuasion is better than legislation
The attractions of lo-fi technology