Here’s my personal selection of some podcasts in the general area of understanding how people tick – ranging from neuroscience to management tips. The common denominator is that they all feature interviews, talks or contributions from leading researchers and practitioners…
From New Scientist magazine: the Philips company has filed a patent for an ‘expressive pen‘ that monitors how the writer is feeling, and alters ink colour and the shape of the nib accordingly.
Philips says: "Signatures are currently always the same, yet some
documents will be signed with enthusiasm, others possibly with
hesitation. Having a recording of this could be useful for historical
It will be a brave politician (for example) who submits to revealing how they feel when signing a treaty. For example, would a signature which expresses doubt or anxiety be viewed as less valid than a determined or happy one?