How much sex we say we’re having vs. how much sex we’re ACTUALLY having. Men tell one story.Women tell another story. And condom data tells its own story. Please click here to read the column.
This column about learning to ride a bicycle, appeared in The Sunday Times on 26 April 2020. Here’s a taster, you can read the rest here.
What does it take for you to try a new brand of toothpaste, or cheese or mouthwash? It turns out for me it took the Corona Virus. Check out this new column here: https://blog.42courses.com/home/2020/4/6/are-you-brand-loyal-or-just-brand-comfortable
Wrote this column for 42 Courses, on the Elegance of Typos. I’ve been working on it for ages, am totally obsessed with this subject. Hoping to add more to it as I go. Please click here to read: https://blog.42courses.com/home/2020/4/4/the-elegance-of-typos
Where do you think your sense of humour comes from? Is it genetic or learnt? Think about that while you click over here to read the column I wrote about it.
Wrote this column for 42courses.com, as shelves around the world are emptying of tee-pee in a bizarre episode of behavioural economics. And this is why.
Did you know that sequins are dangerous? And that beetles might just save us from them? I wrote a 4-minute read about it here.
I wrote a 5-minute read about The Microscope guy (AKA Manu Prakash) from Design Indaba 2020. When he was six he stole his brother’s spectacles to build his first microscope. It did not go well for him (or his brother). Fortunately his next attempt went a little better. Read about it here on 42Courses. Which…