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The science behind her smile

The science behind her smile

The Musée du Louvre is absolutely huge and we spent almost half the day wandering around it. We decided to find the very famous Mona Lisa before calling it a day. I couldn’t believe the amount of people we had to squeeze past in order to catch a glimpse of this 500-year-old, thirty-inch-tall painting…

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The magic touch

The magic touch

Once a customer has touched the product, adjusted it to suit their needs, they feel more connected to the object. It is theirs to play with and they can browse the internet at their leisure. Touching and customising creates a sense of ownership, and a sense of ownership leads to a purchase…

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Squidgy Poetry

Squidgy Poetry

I first saw an advert for Rowntree’s Randoms Squidgy Speak on television at the weekend, and seized the opportunity for creative wordplay…

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My flat pack future

My flat pack future

I love IKEA. I’ve only been twice, twice within a four week period. They were giving out free chocolate the first time. How long did they expect me to play it cool? Technically the first time was last year, so if someone somehow remembered the over-excited girl burying herself in the cushions; I could loudly exclaim ‘Oh wow the stock has changed so much since last year!’. It hadn’t.

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Social Network Sycophant

Social Network Sycophant

Ever since social networks have been around, I have wanted to be a part of them. Although they seem to have taken up most of our free time (or at least become part of a daily routine?), I think that there are major benefits to being involved in them…

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Truthiness

Truthiness

I read on Twitter yesterday: ‘People are more likely to believe a false statement that a celebrity has died if the text is placed with a photo of the celebrity’…

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