Can you read the face of a clock?

The decline of analog I was recently discussing exams with a teacher friend, as you do, and they told me that schools now use a digital clock instead of an analog clock to time exams. This is because kids—who have grown up in our rapidly changing world—apparently...

Is that a tech unicorn in your pocket?

In June, it was announced that the UK is officially the tech unicorn capital of Europe. ‘What’s a tech unicorn?’ I hear you say, as images of robotic unicorns galloping down the streets of London are understandably swirling through your head. Sadly, it’s not quite...

Machine learning did NOT write this blog

Every week, JTN’s marketing team meets to look through the performance of the ads we’re running online, both for ourselves and our clients. We’re constantly looking for ways to optimize and improve their performance. We base our decisions on data, and the insight we...

GDPR – Don’t Zuck it up

Unless you live under a rock, then you’ll know that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect later this month. In short, it’s a new regulation that will impact any firm, anywhere in the world, offering a product or service to individuals...

How to be remarkable: what it means to be a leader

‘When you get the environment right, every single one of us has the capacity to do remarkable things. And, more importantly, others have that capacity too.’ Wise words from Simon Sinek.  As you might have guessed, I recently watched his Ted Talk ‘Why good leaders make...