This is what happens when a David Attenborough commentary on the natural world is overlaid on the ‘mating’ rituals of humans. Feels like a rich seam that could be mined here covering all aspects of human behaviour…
Category Archives: Behaviour
Anyone who has a Smartphone or who lives with or mixes with people who own Smartphone – which is basically everyone in the Western world – will be able to relate to this nicely observed little film. An age old … Continue reading
Another in the RSA Animate series, this time by Dan Ariely, on human motivation and behaviour, specifically lying and dishonesty.
Painfully spot on, via Explore
ILC-UK, a London based think tank that focus exclusively on ageing related matters, launched a report today on older drivers. Specifically, it addresses how ideas from the ‘nudge’ agenda can be applied to the self-regulation of older drivers. The … Continue reading
I like this plundering of the pharmaceutical 'semiosphere' to create packaging for a mythical chocolate brand - source unknown I'm afraid…. [Update, here's a link to more, including Bochox]
I'm always been fascinated by the idea that Walmart might be able to know – before most healthcare providers in an area that a flu or common cold outbreak is on the way based on their fine detail of the … Continue reading